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Monday, October 27 2014

The Invisible Opponent: Advances in Identifying Sports Concussions

As I was driving into work a couple of weeks ago, I heard on the radio a story about a Division I college football coach at a large University who was being questioned and criticized regarding his decision to allow his quarterback back into a football game after possibly sustaining a concussion. The discussion focused on how it was difficult to understand how this coach could make this apparent mistake given the recent improvement of sports-related concussion management and wide-spread media attention about sports concussion.

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.@NationalNurses has announced a day of #Ebola action and more on Nov. 12, in thirteen states ow.ly/DDcGQ #nursesfightebola - @springerpub
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#Autism: a new study goes a long way toward identifying the genetic causes. ow.ly/DzPzf - @springerpub
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#Ebola: Writer @HCheadle says the only thing the US has to fear is fear itself. What do you think? ow.ly/DDbyB - @springerpub
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@TriaxTec Thanks for your thoughts! - @springerpub
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