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  • Hockey still plagued by concussions, despite rule changes

    Hockey still plagued by concussions, despite rule changes
    Fighting and body-checking are as integral to ice hockey as skates and pucks, but at what cost? A new study published in the journal PLOS One reveals that despite the National Hockey League’s recent ban on hits to the head, concussions during...
  • Study finds concussions common in teens

    Study finds concussions common in teens
    New research from Canada has found that roughly 1 in 5  adolescents has probably suffered a traumatic brain injury--a figure that suggests severe concussion among children and adolescents may be far more common than has been estimated. The new study...
  • Man discovered on Van Nuys street with major head trauma

    Man discovered on Van Nuys street with major head trauma
    A pedestrian who appeared to have been struck by a vehicle in Van Nuys is now in critical condition, authorities said. Los Angeles firefighters were called to the 13800 block of Weddington Street at 10:10 a.m. Thursday in response to reports of a man...
  • NFL Week 2: Chargers put their season in turnaround, beat Eagles

    NFL Week 2: Chargers put their season in turnaround, beat Eagles
    How did the San Diego Chargers prepare to face Philadelphia on a quick turnaround? In part, they spent last week turning around quickly. To prepare for Sunday's game at Philadelphia after a Monday night opener and to adjust to Chip Kelly's fast-...
  • Review: 'League of Denial' tackles NFL's concussion issue head-on

    Review: 'League of Denial' tackles NFL's concussion issue head-on
    Football is a violent game, even its fans must admit, and might celebrate. There are parts of it that aren't violent, of course — the throwing and catching and running. But they are accompanied, and made possible, by the smashing and hitting and...
  • California limits workers' comp sports injury claims

    California limits workers' comp sports injury claims
    After more than a year of intense lobbying by professional sports leagues, California has slammed the door on most athletes looking to file injury claims in the state, including those with serious brain injuries. Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday signed...
  • Could NFL concussion questions be solved by fly swatters?

    Could NFL concussion questions be solved by fly swatters?
    Could a spring-loaded fly swatter save NFL football players and Iraq war veterans from the effects of concussions and traumatic brain injuries? Before you shrug off that question, geneticist Barry Ganetzky at the University of Wisconsin-Madison...
  • Don't let the killjoys kill football [Blowback]

    Don't let the killjoys kill football [Blowback]
    Bill Dwyre, who served as sports editor for the Los Angeles Times for a quarter of a century, wrote Tuesday that "the NFL deserves to go away, to be banished from our sight forever." When football's natural amen corner raises pitchforks and torches...
  • Youth sports: Figuring out if your child is safe, tired of it [video]

    Youth sports: Figuring out if your child is safe, tired of it [video]
    Participating in youth sports can be a deep passion for families, but it also appears to be taking a toll on young athletes. Parents, if you've played chauffeur, calendar coordinator and cheerleading squad for your kids, you know how taxing their athletic...
  • Harry Carson: Watch my NFL expose before your kid plays football

    Harry Carson: Watch my NFL expose before your kid plays football
    Former NFL great Harry Carson has a message for parents: Don't let your kid play football until you see what we've learned about head injuries. Carson, a Hall of Fame linebacker for the New York Giants, is the star witness for "League of Denial: The...
  • Heads-up for dangerous football hits, athletic trainers warn

    Heads-up for dangerous football hits, athletic trainers warn
    On football fields across the country, the sweating, grunting and hitting of pre-season practice is in full swing, and the nation's athletic trainers are warning that there's still too much head-to-head contact in the game -- and with it, potentially...