April 27, 2012 12:00 AM
" Check out this story from the Idaho Statesman.
Pushed into the spotlight, McClellin also found out about the seedier side of the NFL Draft.
A story began circulating that he had suffered three concussions at Boise State.
McClellin says that’s not true. He suffered one significant concussion in 2010 at Wyoming and one mild concussion in 2009 "
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Saturday, April 28, 2012 by Washington Post
A decade ago, many children, parents and coaches shrugged off concussions as “just a ding” and nothing to worry about, Colvin said. That has changed with mounting research on concussions and rising concerns that repeat concussions may have contributed ...Read more
Friday, April 27, 2012 by Sidney Sun Telegraph
For decades, the phrase, “How many fingers am I holding up,” has been synonymous with an accepted sideline test for a concussion. But in recent years, the awareness of the dangers and potentially long-lasting effects of concussions and other brain ...Read more
Friday, April 27, 2012 by NPR
That's when a person forms, in general, typically a working memory task, because that's one of the typical symptoms of concussion that has been established clinically, I mean, one of many, but one that we can measure most easily.Read more