BU Study Of NFL Players' Brains Might Help Diagnose CTE In The LivingResearchers might be a step closer to diagnosing the devastating brain disease in living patients.
Judge: Aaron Hernandez's 6-Year-Old Daughter Can't Sue NFL Over Brain DiseaseThe 6-year-old daughter of the late NFL player Aaron Hernandez missed a 2014 deadline to opt out of the league's concussion settlement.
BU Study Finds Link Between Gene And Severity Of CTEThe findings are a step toward better understanding of the disease.
Fear Of Concussions Takes Toll On High School Football TeamsThe high school football season kicks off in just a few weeks but practice is well underway. For some teams their first big challenge is filling the team roster.
Study Raises New Questions About Safety Of Youth FootballA new study from the Boston University School of Medicine raises more questions about the safety of youth tackle football.
Former Chiefs RB Larry Johnson Shares Frightening Details Of Brain TraumaLarry Johnson shared some details about his life that are nothing short of terrifying.
Nick Buoniconti Will Donate Brain To Support Research Of CTEFormer Patriots linebacker Nick Buoniconti says he will donate his brain to Boston University for CTE research.
Hernandez Lawyers Refile CTE Suit Against NFL In State CourtLawyers for late New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez have refiled a lawsuit against the NFL.
Hernandez Lawyers Pull CTE Suit Against NFL, Plan To RefileLawyers for former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez say they are moving their lawsuit against the NFL from federal to state court because they can make more claims there.
BU Researchers May Be Able To Detect CTE In Living PatientsThe biggest hurdle in the study of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) has been the issue of it only being discoverable in the brain of a deceased patient. That may not be a problem for long.
Hurley: Aaron Hernandez Story Isn't As Simple As Many Want It To BeMaybe it's a function of the modern times, or maybe it's an inherent flaw in our existence as human beings, but there seems to be a rushed desire these days to boil every bit of news down to a single, easily-digestible sentence.