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September 23, 2022

New concussion course educates youth about concussion symptoms and management

CATT for Youth includes a 40-minute, text and video-based course delivered in an interactive and engaging format. It provides detailed information on concussion recognition, reporting and management in the context…
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September 15, 2022

Concussion Awareness Week Toolkit

The information, tools and resources in this toolkit are intended to increase British Columbians’ awareness of concussion.
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August 5, 2022

New study finds conclusive evidence that repetitive head impacts cause CTE

Symptoms of CTE include: impulse control problems, aggression, depression, paranoia, short-term memory loss, impaired judgment, and dementia.
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