SyncThink announces the receipt of its 12th patent for its EYE-SYNC technology. US patent 14/530,598 allows SyncThing to use system and methods for creating and changing dynamic content based on eye gaze analysis.
USA Hockey announces it has partnered with TeachAids to utilize CrashCourse as a resource in its overall concussion education materials, according to a media release.Read More
In a new study, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) researchers demonstrate how a specific assessment of the eye could someday help properly diagnose and monitor concussions. The findings were published in JAMA Ophthalmology.Read More
Texas Youth Football & Cheer Association Require HitCheck Baseline Testing for All Athletes to Return to Play
Texas Youth Football & Cheer Association (TYFA) announces, on National Concussion Awareness Day, that HitCheck, a mobile cognitive assessment tool that allows clinicians and trainers to baseline and assess athletes at anytime from anywhere, will be required for each player prior to beginning their season.Read More
ImPACT scores suggest that high school athletes may need a longer recovery than first thought.Read More
HeadCheck Health and TeachAids has launched a partnership to offer the interactive CrashCourse: Concussion Education platform online through all HeadCheck products. The Alberta Female Hockey League, a HeadCheck Health customer, will be fully interacting with CrashCourse through the platform, according to an announcement.Read More
Even mild concussions cause severe and long-lasting impairments in the brain’s ability to clean itself of toxins, and this may seed it for Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and other neurodegenerative problems, new research from the University of Virginia School of Medicine, published in Nature Communications, reveals.Read More
HitCheck, a mobile cognitive assessment tool that allows clinicians and trainers to baseline and assess athletes from anywhere, will be utilized to support all student-athletes effective immediately, The University of Portland announces.Read More
Even after all of their symptoms are gone, people who have had a concussion take longer to regain complex reaction times, the kind you need in most real-life driving situations on the road, according to a preliminary study presented recently at the American Academy of Neurology’s Sports Concussion Virtual Conference.Read More
Concussion is linked to a heightened risk of subsequent hyperactivity disorder, dementia, and Parkinson’s disease, as well as mood and anxiety disorders among women in particular, finds research published online in the journal Family Medicine and Community Health.Read More
Seventeen national governing bodies join forces with TeachAids to release the first segment of the CrashCourse Multi-Sport Concussion Education Series, the Brain Fly-Through, that explores the complexities and fragility of the human brain.Read More
The Center Foundation has launched a new home study course for medical professionals interested in earning continuing education credit while learning about the latest research and tools in concussion management.Read More
Are Gender Differences in Helmet Regulations Increasing the Concussion Risk for Female Lacrosse Players?
Mandatory hard shell helmets for girls’ lacrosse players could prevent concussions, researchers suggest in Injury Epidemiology.Read More