On the heels of the recent tragic news regarding the Buckeye’s Kosta Karageorge, who took his own life over the weekend, I had the chance to visit in studio WAKR morning show host Ray Horner to discuss concussions and their aftereffects.
Three-year-old Logan Keith of Akron continues to amaze his doctors and family with his miraculous recovery from a devastating brain injury.
With all the recent discussions on concussions and brain injuries, you’ve got to wonder if it’s negatively affecting youth football participation. Well, the data is in. In the last two years, we’ve seen overall an 11 percent decline in youth football participation across the country.
U.S. soldiers suffering combat-related vision disorders now have a brighter future, with the support and expertise of some of the nation’s leading vision specialists behind them, including Akron Children’s Dr. Richard Hertle.
Any parent who has raised a child to adulthood knows the teenage brain is, well, different. This anecdotal evidence continues to be backed by research, including a recent study that shows teens are more vulnerable to the long-term effects of head injury. The study findings, published in the journal Brain Injury, followed 96 male athletes […]