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'New' men who are health conscious may be responsible for...

'new' men who are health conscious may be responsible for...
Health-conscious "new men" may be largely responsible for a dramatic reduction in rates of Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia over the past 20 years, research suggests.Despite fears of a dementia..
Western Daily Press

Court upholds $1bn concussion settlement against NFL

A US court has upheld the National Football League's $1bn (£699m) concussion settlement with a collection of retired players who suffered brain damage from playing the sport. Over 5,000 former..
City A.M.

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News video: Chyna's Brain Donated for Brain Disease CTE

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19 photos: Athletes and CTE (CNN)Representatives for the wrestler and entertainer Chyna confirmed that her brain will be donated for research into the degenerative brain disease chronic traumatic..
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News video: Chyna's Brain Will be Donated for Research Into the Brain Disease CTE

Chyna's Brain Will be Donated for Research Into the Brain Disease CTE 00:43

19 photos: Athletes and CTE (CNN)Representatives for the wrestler and entertainer Chyna confirmed that her brain will be donated for research into the degenerative brain disease chronic traumatic..
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News video: Former NFL QB Ken Stabler Had Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE)

Former NFL QB Ken Stabler Had Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) 00:42

Another legend in the game of football has been diagnosed with the brain disease Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). Boston University researchers added on Wednesday that former Oakland Raiders..
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News video: Former NFL Quaterback Ken Stabler Diagnosed With Brain Disease

Former NFL Quaterback Ken Stabler Diagnosed With Brain Disease 00:49

Former pro-football MVP and Super Bowl-winning quarterback Ken Stabler is the latest NFL great to be posthumously diagnosed with traumatic brain disease. Stabler played for the Raiders, Oilers, and..
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News video: NFL Finally Admits Football, Brain Disease Link

NFL Finally Admits Football, Brain Disease Link 00:37

After years of mounting evidence, the NFL has finally acknowledged the link between the sport and chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, that's been detected in players. Steve Fainaru, the ESPN..
Source: Healthfeed -

 

NFL's $1billion concussion settlement upheld as United States appeals court describe the payout as 'imperfect but fair'

nfl's $1billion concussion settlement upheld as united states appeals court describe the payout as 'imperfect but fair'
A small group of players had objected to the deal because it did not cover potential victims of a degenerative brain disease that scientists have linked to repeated blows to the head.
MailOnline

The laser entrepreneur making science fiction reality

In the world’s most accurate clock, which lives in Boulder, Colorado and can count 0.0000000000000001 seconds at a time, there is an M Squared laser. “It might not seem important, but timing is..
City A.M.

Teenager who suffers from same condition that killed his brother...

teenager who suffers from same condition that killed his brother...
A teenager who suffers from the same condition that killed his younger brother has failed in a unique bid for compensation from the NHS. Connor Smith, of Eyres Monsell, Leicester, has the incurable..
Leicester Mercury

Horse trainer, 37, died from the human form of mad cow disease just days after being diagnosed 

horse trainer, 37, died from the human form of mad cow disease just days after being diagnosed 
Mark Douglas, 37, from Dumfries, Scotland, died of the rare brain disease Creutzfeldt-Jakob (CJD), which has been linked with mad cow disease, earlier this year.
MailOnline

How eating human brains protected a Papua New Guinea tribe from brain disease

The Fore people, a once-isolated tribe in eastern Papua New Guinea, had a long-standing tradition of mortuary feasts
Independent

'250 more' footballers with brain disease

BBC Local News: Nottingham -- The family of footballer Jeff Astle - who died from brain trauma caused by heading footballs - say they know of 250 more players who have suffered from degenerative brain..
BBC Local News Also reported by •BBC NewsBBC Sport

NFL Admits Link Between Sport And Brain Disease

nfl admits link between sport and brain disease
A senior NFL executive references the work of a prominent neuropathologist on CTE and brain trauma caused while playing football.
Sky News Also reported by •Reuters

NFL official acknowledges link between brain disorder CTE and American football

nfl official acknowledges link between brain disorder cte and american football
An NFL official has acknowledged a link between football and the brain disease CTE for the first time. Jeff Miller, the senior vice president for health and safety, spoke about the connection.
MailOnline

NFL acknowledges football-CTE link

nfl acknowledges football-cte link
An NFL official acknowledges a link between head trauma in American football and the brain disease CTE.
BBC Sport Also reported by •BBC News

NFL admits football-brain disease link

nfl admits football-brain disease link
An NFL official acknowledges a link between head trauma in American football and the brain disease CTE.
BBC News

Is heading a football dangerous?

Ex-footballer assesses headers and possible brain disease
BBC News Also reported by •BBC Local News

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