April 1, 2016
"CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va (WVIR) -
A neuroscience P.h.D student at the University of Virginia has discovered new data related to brain trauma in collegiate football players.
Bryson Reynolds found that the football players compared to healthy soccer, lacrosse and non-athletic males experienced sub-concussions, or disruptions in connectivity of the brain. The other men in the study experienced no brain activity changes in the same time frame."
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