Monthly Archives: May 2014

Canadian Program focuses on Return to Learn

Paul Zelyk, a student at St. Michael's College School, recovered from a concussion in time to participate in the football season.

Bringing Student Athletes Back From Concussions by: Elaine R. Smith – New York Times – May 18, 2014 TORONTO — When the Canadian Paediatric Society updated its position on youth, sports and concussions in March, the recommendations struck a familiar

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Ben Utecht Shares His Concussion Story in Neurology Now


High Note: After leaving the NFL because of repeated concussion, Ben Utecht has found a new sense of purpose in music and advocacy by Todd Farley – Neurology Now The highlights were plentiful during Ben Utecht’s football career. He led

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New Stats Released on ER Visits for Traumatic Brain Injury

By JESSICA FIRGER – CBSNEWS.COM May 13, 2014, 6:05 PM ER visits for traumatic brain injury spike 30 percent The rate of emergency room visits for traumatic brain injury increased by 30 percent between 2006 and 2010, according to a study

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