A Glimpse Into The Future of how Newer Helmets Will Decrease Concussions A recent article in the...Read More
A new concussion study – Clinicopathological Evaluation of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy in Players of American Football
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Calais to Le Portel. 166km Today’s stage is all about the Northern coast of France. The starts from the port of Calais, which has a lot of history with England. Any proper English person knows about Calais. They often take the...Read More
Stage 3 – Beauvais to Amiens. 160km Beauvais is a city located not far from Paris and is the area where Ag2r rider Christophe Riblon grew up. He was hoping to do something today, but the finish is flat and the stage is pretty...Read More
Saint Quentin to Saint Quentin, 160km Today’s race started very calm given the circumstances of yesterday. Just to recap, Ag2r La Mondiale rider Stijn Vandenburg was involved in a crash that left him unconscious and heroic...Read More
For the 63rd edition of the 4 Days of Dunkerque, we left from Dunkerque en route to a town called Iwuy. Travelling through the north of France, this years edition of the race includes 4 pro tour teams: Lotto, Ag2r, FDJ, and...Read More
A recent article in Outside magazine highlighted the problem of CTE (Chronic Traumatic...Read More
How the N.F.L. manipulates CTE / Concussion research Companies manipulate finances, pharmaceutical...Read More
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