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By On April 29th, 2013

Tamerlan Tsarnaev: Boxing, Bombs, and Brain Injury

Two weeks after the tragic blasts in Boston that shook the world, we still know very little about the motivation behind the attacks. We have learned much about the two brothers believed to have planned and followed through on the bombing, but we know little more than their ethnicity (Chechnyan), the story of the older…

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By On February 22nd, 2013

Neck Strength is a Predictor of TBI Risk in Athletes

It has long been suspected that neck strength played a role in determining how susceptible a person is to brain injury, especially considering females have consistently had higher concussion rates than males in sports such as soccer and lacrosse. The idea is pretty simple, the stronger your neck is, the more stable it will keep…

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