Hernandez had stage 3 CTE, Boston University School of Medicine exam shows.
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What should we do about the military disposability of men?
Heather St. James’ Dad wasn’t the goofy dad you see on TV sitcoms. He was the consummate family man who put himself at serious risk to fill that role every day. She explains why its crucial that we protect our men.
Join us for not one, but two, interesting, provocative, and insightful phone calls! Let’s talk CTE/concussions, Education, and more!
Embed from Getty Images—The Disposability of Men is not just a (not-so) catchy phrase. Males of the human species have been treated as disposable—mostly by other males of the same species—for millennia. Soldiers, gladiators, and football players are, perhaps, the first to come to mind when we raise the subject. In modern society, ordinary workplace…
When a real live cowboy becomes disabled, he’s still a real live human. Society would have us believe he is disposable.
I’m a human being and Aaron Hernandez’s story made me feel.
It is never too late to make the world a better place, one person at a time, if necessary.
—The Brain Injury Association of America has announced Brain Injury Awareness Day will be March 22, 2017 at our Nation’s Capitol in Washington DC. This event is hosted by Congressman Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ) and Congressman Thomas J. Rooney (R-FL), co-chairs of the Congressional Brain Injury Task Force. It is FREE to attend, everyone is welcome, and no…
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American football is at a crossroads. Will we protect the players or silently ignore the evidence?
From the issue of CTE and concussions in football to treatment of our veterans of war to undertaking dangerous jobs, our Social Interest Group is working to change the conversation on the disposability of men. We want to add your voice.
Lisa Patrick examines the things society throws away.