• Post-concussion symptoms improve significantly when using several forms of therapist-led rehabilitation, according to the first large-scale study of mild traumatic brain injury on active-duty personnel. The study by researchers from several institutions, including Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, looked at 126 service members three to 24 months after they had concussions.

  • A new study, launching this October out of the UW School of Medicine and Public Health, hopes to gain new insights into the aftermath of a concussion in high school athletes, but the knowledge gained can be applied to student athletes of all ages.

  • The Gulf War thrust traumatic brain injuries into the spotlight as the "signature wound" of the Iraq conflict. Public awareness grew as the media shifted focus to sport-related concussions. Now we have turned the page to the third chapter in the concussion story: domestic violence.

  • In the journal Radiology today, an imaging study shows that players ages 8 to 13 who have had no concussion symptoms still show changes associated with traumatic brain injury

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