Female Boxers May Have a Slightly Lower Risk of Cognitive Side Effects

Public concern that high-impact sports such as football, hockey, and boxing leave their participants with traumatic brain injuries has increased dramatically in recent years, but preliminary results from a study conducted at the Cleveland Clinic's Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health suggest that women in head-butting… » 7/26/12 2:45pm 7/26/12 2:45pm

Could Football Head Injuries Turn Retired Players Into Sex Offenders?

Football has long been a source of headache and heartache for fans. But for players, the lingering thrill of victory or agony of defeat isn't the only thing they carry with them for years after they leave the field — long-term brain injuries sustained while playing the sport can lead to early onset dementia,… » 7/24/12 2:00pm 7/24/12 2:00pm