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By huijia on Jan 03, 2014 03:39 AM
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<P>Politics Nation Now Politics Now Top of the Ticket Science Science Now Obituaries World World Now Afghanistan war Africa Americas Asia Europe Middle East Business Money Co. Top of the Ticket Readers' Rep Shop Daily Deals Travel Offers Weekly Circulars Offers Deals Sports Gear LA Times Product See More Holiday Holiday Recipes Cookie Bake Off Your Travel Videos Donate Member Center Alerts Newsletters Jobs Cars Real Estate Rentals Weekly Circulars Local Directory Place AdHead injuries may be linked with subsequent violent behavior in young people, a study finds. The study, published the June issue of the journal Pediatrics , followed 850 ninth graders from four schools who were at risk for dropping out of high school. They had grade point averages of 3.0 or below at the end of eighth grade and were not emotionally or developmentally impaired. Researchers conducted yearly interviews with the participants, and in addition to asking about head injuries and violent behavior, test subjects were also asked about other issues such as substance abuse, nonviolent delinquent behavior and sexual activity.</P>
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<P>ARTICLES BY DATE10 former players sue NHL over head injury liability</P>
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<P>VANCOUVER, Canada Ten former NHL players have claimed in a Joe Staley Elite Jersey class action lawsuit the league was negligent in withholding and misrepresenting information about the consequences of repeated blows to the head, contributing to players' brain injuries and neurological disorders. District Court for the District of Columbia, seeks compensatory and punitive Joe Staley Jersey Red damages in addition to a court supervised, league funded medical monitoring program to diagnose and treat head injuries.</P>
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<P>Basketball injuries are down overall among teens and children, but head injuries are up</P>
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<P>There'sgood news about basketball injuries among children and teens: generally, injuries decreased from 1997 to 2007. But the number of traumatic brain injuries soared. Data on about 4.1 million basketball related injures treated in emergency rooms were examined by researchers from Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, and Ohio State University . Oz defends his shilling for the NFL</P>
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<P>October 31, 2013 By Michael Hiltzik</P>
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<P>Celebrity spokesdoctor Dr. Mehmet Oz has pushed back against our post this week questioning why he appeared in a promotional ad for the National Football League , given the league's dubious record on head injuries. The post also included the explanation he gave us that he made the spot to convey "the role the game played in my personal . development" and "the same value in the game as a teaching tool for our son. " In an interview with AdvertisingAge published Thursday, Dr. Oz expanded on those assertions and answered some of our other points.</P>
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<P>NHL unveils plan to combat and treat head injuries</P>
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<P>March 14, 2011 By Helene Elliott</P>
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<P>As concussion stricken Sidney Crosby took his first strides on the ice in Pittsburgh in more than two months, NHL general managers on Monday took tentative strides toward minimizing and treating head injuries ? a hot topic since Boston's Zdeno Chara wasn't suspended for a hit that left Montreal's Max Pacioretty with a concussion and fractured vertebra. Commissioner Gary Bettman opened the three day session in Boca Raton, Fla., by introducing a five point plan highlighted by a new protocol for head officialauthentic49ers.com/74+Joe+Staley+Jersey+Cheap.html injuries.10 former players sue NHL over head injury liability</P>
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<P>VANCOUVER, Canada Ten former NHL players have claimed in a class action lawsuit the league was negligent in withholding and misrepresenting information about the consequences of repeated blows to the head, contributing to players' brain injuries and neurological disorders. When they met to celebrate Boogaard's final night in Southern California, Salcer brought his family. "We had a great dinner. My daughter said how good he looked, how happy he was," Salcer said. "We said goodbye Wednesday night, he traveled Thursday and on Friday I got the phone call from his brother. " The call brought unfathomable news.</P>
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