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Study Finds More People Seeking Help For Concussions

January 12, 2015

The NFL playoffs are in full swing and the college football national championship game is set for tonight. The hard-hitting action those games feature also bring with it the possibility of a player sustaining a concussion. The injury can change a player’s life – or end the employment of a coach and athletic director. Just ask former University of Michigan Head Coach Brady Hoke, who sent a quarterback with a concussion back into a game last fall. Even the ESPN announcers were appalled…

But a new study of high school athletes nationwide by the University of Michigan’s Stephen Broglio finds that players – and parents – are more proactive in having concussion symptoms analyzed than ever before. Broglio talked about it with WDET’s Quinn Klinefelter…