The NFL’s Race-Norming Problem Is All Over Medicine
NFL Halts “Race-Norming” to Calculate Brain Injury Compensation for Former Players
FIFA’s Rule Changes Won’t Solve Soccer’s Concussion Problem
How a Concussion Revealed My Screen Obsession
Everyone Compares the NFL to Big Tobacco. Here’s Why the Analogy Doesn’t Work.
No, FIFA and Jill Ellis, Team Doctors Are Not Neutral Arbiters of Concussions
Is an NFL Player’s Brain Really More Important Than the Rest of His Body?
Is Kids’ Football an “Abnormally Dangerous Activity”?
How Should the NCAA Be Protecting Concussed Student-Athletes?
Michigan’s Obsession With Football “Toughness” Needs to Go—Starting With Coach Hoke
NCAA Settles Lawsuit, Institutes New Concussion Rules
Children Should Not Be Allowed to Head a Soccer Ball
Why the NFL Needs Peyton Manning Even More than the Broncos Do
For College Athletes, Football Isn’t Actually the Worst Sport for Concussions
Former NHL Players File Class Action Concussions Suit Against League
Debating the Frontline Documentary on the NFL and Concussions
Why Concussion Lawsuits Won’t Bring an End to Football
Will Junior Seau’s Suicide Finally Change How We Think About the NFL?