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Brain health - Why some football players are retiring early

3/30/2015 - We often hear that professional football players are in the best shape of their lives. Their level of fitness cannot be denied, but what about their overall health, specifically their brain health? There has been increasing concern over the long-term effects of the concussions football players routinely...

Tom Brady's Balls: Why They Matter

1/31/2015 - The internet did a collective LOL last Thursday when Tom Brady, quarterback for the New England Patriots, spoke to a packed press conference for 30 solid minutes about his balls - his footballs, that is. How tight they are, squeezing them, their "tack," and how once he chooses them before a game he...

After Super Bowl, football fans go through withdrawal like drug addicts

2/4/2013 - When the Super Bowl has concluded, many football fans will start to experience some of the same physiological withdrawal symptoms that drug addicts feel when deprived, according to Dr. Angelos Halaris of Loyola University Medical Center. The withdrawal effects come not from the game itself, but from...

Pee-Wee football coach pays his children to make bone-crunching hits

9/30/2012 - It's a mirror of the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal, in which NFL players allegedly won bonuses by knocking opposing players out of games. But this is Pop Warner football in Orange County, California. These are 10 and 11 year olds. Two coaches of the Tustin Red Cobras are accused of paying between...

Daily amount of food waste in America enough to fill a football stadium

10/17/2011 - Many Americans today give very little thought to the amount of food they throw away, naively assuming that there will always be "more where that came from." And such disregard for the precious nature of food has become so prevalent that roughly a football field's-worth of food waste is produced every...

Head injuries from war and football may increase dementia risk

7/29/2011 - Head injuries incurred in war and also in football may significantly increase the risk of developing dementia later in life, according to two recent studies: The Australian reports. Research at San Francisco Veterans Association Medical Center found that older war veterans who sustained traumatic...

MRSA Infections Becoming Commonplace Among Texas High School Football Players

7/28/2008 - Infection with methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is 16 times higher than the national average among Texas high school football players, according to three studies conducted by the Texas Department of Health Services. MRSA is an antibiotic resistant version of the same bacteria that...

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