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York U concussion research shows lasting brain damage in elite level athletes

TORONTO, September 21, 2016: York University concussion experts report that young elite level athletes, who have suffered from a concussion, may have lingering neurological consequences that affect their movement control. While young athletes typically go back as players after a few weeks, researchers at York University’s Centre for Vision Research say these athletes may in […]

Personal concussion insight to be imparted to 1,000 first-year kinesiology students, athletes

TORONTO, September 25, 2015 — Nearly a thousand first-year undergrads – about 100 York U Lions athletes and 900 kinesiology students – will have breakfast for their brains on Monday, Sept. 28. They will learn first-hand about concussion from a victim’s mother, a survivor, and a researcher. “Breakfast for your Brain: Donald Sanderson Memorial Perspectives […]