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Age of First Exposure to Football and Later-Life Cognitive Impairment in Former NFL Players

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A new study conducted by researchers from Boston University found that children who sustained a concussion/mild traumatic brain injury prior to the age of 12 had a greater risk of later-life cognitive impairment.¬† Robert A. Stern, Ph.D. and colleagues at Boston University conducted a study to ‚Äúdetermine the relationship between exposure to repeated head impacts… Continue Reading

No-Fault Auto Insurance Presentation

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I spoke at the 6th World Congress on Brain Injury in Australia about the various schemes that exist in the United States, and primarily in New Jersey, regarding no-fault insurance. My intent was to warn the Australians, who in a number of states recently enacted no-fault guidelines, about the dangerous road on which they have embarked.