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Even Tiny Bumps to your Brain Can Cause Trauma Over Time

In the study, researchers used MRI data from the brains of three patients to determine how much the brain was able to move inside the skull, and in which directions. They were looking for information about the frequency at which the brain rattles around inside the head, measured at cycles per second, or hertz.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

Rather than designing better helmets, try re-designing the game itself like turning it into flag football.

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