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  • 07/01/2016in NOCSAE News

    Designer uses his head to tackle rugby’s concussion problem

    June 30, 2016 Medical Xpress   A student whose brother underwent MRI scans after developing concussion twice while playing rugby has designed a wearable device which warns referees if a player needs to be medically examined. George Russell, 21, who's studying BSc Product Design at Nottingham Trent University, says his design would prev...
  • 07/01/2016in NOCSAE News

    Why Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins’ youth camp teaches parents as much as kids

    June 30, 2016 Penn Live Mechanicsburg, PA   Malcolm Jenkins doesn't downplay the mistake he made last fall, but he has an explanation for it. The Philadelphia Eagles safety knew he suffered a concussion after taking a hit in a Nov. 8 matchup against the Dallas Cowboys. His vision blurred and opponents seemed to move faster. He...
  • 07/01/2016in NOCSAE News

    History shows ‘smarter’ football is no match for concussion

    June 30, 2016 The Guardian   Earlier this month, the equipment company Riddell announced its Smarter Football campaign. The aim was to wage “a grassroots campaign that recognizes and rewards those who advance the sport through more progressive playing habits and approaches to the game”. The campaign also includes a $100,000 pledge to pay for e...

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