Mouse study offers clues to brain’s response to concussions

Multiple head hits in succession most worrisome, evidence indicates

soccer players

HEADS UP  The brain needs time to recover between brain injuries, a study in mice suggests. The finding may help doctors understand potential injuries to athletes, including soccer players who repeatedly head the ball.

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