Purdue researchers study football brain injuries

Researchers from Purdue University say a two-year study on head injuries in football players shows players may still suffer brain injuries from high impact collisions even if they show no signs of a concussion.  Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Sean Bueter reports.

Bueter — Purdue Brain Injury Study

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