Traumatic Brain Injuries: Are They Ever “Mild”?


Traumatic brain injuries have been in the news a lot lately, as more is learned about the long term effects of these injuries on professional athletes or anyone injured as a result of a blow to the head.

As reported in this LA Times article, the NFL is now focusing on preventing brain injuries from the get to. Players invited to the NFL scouting combine will be required to undergo baseline brain activity exams, which will then be used as a point of comparison against tests taken after a head injury.

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