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Dr. Tarrel Explores Recent Concussion Studies

New studies were recently released in JAMA and Translational Psychiatry in September that suggest that the age when children start playing tackle football can significantly increase their future chances of suffering from neurologic problems such as behavioral issues and depression later in life. … Continue reading

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Dr. Ronald Tarrel Discusses Concussion with KSTP

  As awareness surrounding concussion continues to increase, and movies like the upcoming “Concussion” draw further attention to head injuries in sports, more people are wondering how it will affect their families. What is the new research saying? Should I … Continue reading

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Dr. Ronald Tarrel interviewd in MPR news story “Focus on concussions transforms high school football in Minnesota”

Dr. Ronald Tarrel, neurologist and concussion/TBI subspecialist, was a part of a story on MN Public Radio earlier this week regarding the policies, procedures, budgets and the impact of a state return-to-play concussion law passed three years ago. What are public high schools … Continue reading

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