In the dark, alone.
Former Major League Baseball player Ryan Freel committed suicide in 2012. It’s now been confirmed he suffered from Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, the national pastime’s first documented case. Neil Cohen discusses how MLB is getting proactive.
Trauma, stress, and substance abuse.
The Super Bowl winners open up on masculinity, “locker room talk,” kneeling during the anthem, and more.
I didn’t think my love for sports, the military, big trucks and heavy equipment would one day disable me.
I wished the hit to my head had killed me!
We’re socializing men to be angry and violent, then placing them on the front line of the most disposable positions.
A helpful strategy to live a better quality of life.
Poll: Three-quarters of football fans see head injuries as major problem. Also Poll: Football is America’s favorite sport.
Is what’s happening in the NFL causing a crisis of identity in the American male?
Former player, Robert Rannigan, on how mindfulness practices changed his life and could an important re-wiring technique for those with CTE or other brain injuries.
Research will involve international collaborations and diverse participants across a variety of sports.
I would give anything to have an uninjured brain and go back to work!
Join us for not one, but two, interesting, provocative, and insightful phone calls! Let’s talk CTE/concussions, Education, and more!
What makes us laugh at someone who gets hit in the head or knocked out?
Ted Stachulski shares how a human connection helped him through his sports concussions.