What are the Signs of a Concussion in Sports?

The brain during a concussion has been the source of an incredible amount of research, and the increasing rate of concussions in athletes has been the reason for it.

Adriana Castro, Staff Writer

January 9, 2019

With every game and practice that an athlete participates in, there is always a risk of some form of injury. While there are precautions in place to avoid as many injuries as possible, there are some injuries that simply cannot be avoided. Concussions are one the most common injuries for athletes who...

University of Miami holds annual concussion workshop

The majority of sports-related concussions amongst males occur in football, where head to head contact is common.

Natalie Abrahantes, highlights contributor

August 23, 2018

The University of Miami Health System Concussion Program held its annual workshop on sport-related concussions in an effort to educate trainers on the importance of recognizing and assessing brain injuries. The seminar took place on Aug. 1 at the Concussion Clinic of the University of Miami, where a to...

The Other Side of Sports

The brain is negatively impacted by concussions.

Sophie Feinberg, Editor

December 9, 2015

When fans cheer on their favorite teams, everyone is caught up in the game. Time slows, but is charged by the fanfare in the stadium. That is, until someone gets injured. A player crumbles to the ground. Time screeches to a stop; the energy changes. We often forget the dangers players face out on the...

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