17 Burst results for "Anne Mckee"

"anne mckee" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"anne mckee" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"This does because every or we are we are seeing the evidence that that any kind of cut impact has an effect on you and i'm a huge motor fan and i'm glad that nowadays any kind of impact they get concussions has taken many forms of auto racing because it needs to understand if that concussion or any kind of concussions from can come from an impact and yana fell i feel it becomes eight over it a little bit and as as if you will understand that any kind of impact to your head or into impact your body can affect your health and to see the stories of players you know killing themselves because you know leeson's rooms or having some kind of syndrome like this and you know would kick of these great people who are here that can help you know then the next generation of players whether it's the kids and kiwi football the college players trying to get into the nfl or even players trying to hire from the nfl who might have these kinds of uh injuries yeah james how can benefit yeah this is a huge uh a huge topic and we want to talk about that i really appreciate that you put it on the table sierra you've done a lot of reporting on ct of brain injuries to football players and just taking advantage of your position out there in minnesota right down in what are you hearing from fans out there does this come up it doesn't actually i think fans are going to be more turned off by the player protests than they are about the concussions i'm however i think we should remind listeners that it's been quite a year when it comes to concussion research and what's been out there and what's come out during the nfl season this was a year when neuropathy colleges dr anne mckee sheikhs had report where she examined one hundred eleven nfl brains and a hundred and ten of them were found to have ct then there was a study about how football tackle football damages the brains of children under twelve to the point where they have uh behavioral in cognitive problems later in life and then just before the super bowl there was the study that came out that repeated had hits to the head even those that don't.

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"anne mckee" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"anne mckee" Discussed on NPR News Now

"An peers ruth sherlock says foreign countries are appealing for calm the second stances around the surprise resignation by saad hariri on saturday which he made shortly after he landed in saudi arabia a still unclear some say he has become the latest casualty in a rivalry between saudi arabia and iran saudi arabia is unhappy that iran has influence three lebanese group hezbollah in hurries government some say the saudi royal family actually fulst hariri to step down saudi denies this nonetheless today lebanese president michelle i own told a saudi envoy that the second senses around her is resignation were unacceptable with shallak mp unease they rate a boston researchers says a study of the brain of former nfl star aaron hernandez revealed extensive damage from ct that's a degenerative brain disease associated with blows to the head such as pro athletes suffer hernandez was serving a life sentence for murder when he took his life earlier this year dr anne mckee of the c e center boston university says the damage in hernandez his brain is associated with several symptoms his frontal loves were various fairly effective are involved in off of judge impulse control of social behavior and named allow which was affected in there as well is involved in emotion regulation motion behavior fear and anxiety she says that the observed damage was the worst they've seen in a person so young hernandez was twenty seven years old when he took his life on wall street the dow jones industrial average is down sixty eight points at twenty three thousand three hundred ninety three the nasdaq is down sixteen the s p 500 is down eight.

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"anne mckee" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"anne mckee" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"By post road carpet one of act and windy and very cold today with temperatures falling through the '30s northwest gust to forty five miles per hour results in isolated damage wind advisory is in effect and also creates bitter wind chills and the 2017 through the day today clear skies tonight low of twenty one and boston will be a record cold for the day teens in the suburbs wind chill in the single digits sunny and very cold tomorrow but less wind record cold high of thirty eight the wind from the north northwest five to fifteen miles per hour gusting a little higher on cape cod sunday not as cold increasing late day clouds high of forty five with the southeast wind 5 to 10 miles per hour monday they'll be a chance of a shower high in the mid40s i'm wbz tv meteorologist danielle niles wbz newsradio 1030 three with partly cloudy sky of two wbz news time 635 we are literally getting a look inside the brain of convicted killer aaron hernandez in the hope of learning more about how damage luckily from repeated football injuries may have affected his actions wbz's doug cope reports from boston university where research was conducted b u neuro pathologist dr anne mckee told a medical conference hernandez suffered from severe ct degenerative brain disease and said sufferers have difficulty with impulse control rage behavior and loss of memory she said well football does cause heb trauma hernandez also ahead at inherited gene that could avert to aaron hernandez april e three four so we know that that's a risk factor for neurodegenerative disease the inheritance of the four aleo whether or not that contributed in this case is speculative but it may ar explain some of his susceptibility to this disease is committed suicide in prison last april b u doug cope wbz newsradio 1030 so far no charges as a stranger pham with a missing teenager emma thorniest questioned by police 15yearold john zell was discovered safe in an apartment complex following a massive hours long air and ground search last night it was checked out at a hospital and coming up movie debut in brooklyn today about steve roy film about you and carl stevens has that story justin that.

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"anne mckee" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"anne mckee" Discussed on KELO

"Has gone called all citizens if told them to get out of lebanon that's something you were planning of war that's right and what the analyst say as one really wants is a war between israel and iran to i think of the logic of that many israelis would lose their lives bought the saudis would be safe the israeli army with all of its my with wall back if things went well with backing from the difficulty is that hezbollah the iranian force in lebanon has over a hundred thousand rockets entitles that are under schools hospitals and apartment built we stepped in israel's in trouble uh we may we may not a one way or the automobile israel is the nuclear nation irankhodro nukes it anymore because whose its partner in nuclear development north korea yep and they already have nukes delayed as absurd as this sale this could escalate into nuclear war howard check in next week and also you are my guest next friday as we talk about your started the '60s i'm looking forward to that our blow oh jeez simpson is out of jail but is not staying out of trouble the star was reportedly booted from his las vegas hotel after apparently causing a drunken disturbance according to tmz bbe 70yearold reportedly got drunk and hotel staff claimed that he was being disruptive to other customers at a bar located inside the cosmopolitan hotel in las vegas since he's been out of jail oj has reportedly been frequenting bars and other social gatherings in las vegas he was granted parole upon his release on it's unclear at this time in the hotel will affect his parole standing in any way former new england patriots player aaron hernandez suffered a substantial damage to parts of his brain tori judgment behavior from the most severe case of a degenerative disease linked to head blows ever found in any one so young according to a researcher dr anne mckee director of boston university c t e center stress that she could not connect the dots between the brain disease and the behavior of the 27yearold who hanged himself in april while serving life in prison for murder that whole story was bizarre veteran's day which falls saturday here just coming up is.

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"anne mckee" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"anne mckee" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Discusses his sexual hang ups and other flaws the premiere of his new movie has been canceled in the wake of the accusations now there he or his management would comment on the time story cops cbs news channel republicans have unveiled their tax reform plan significant differences compared to the house version house would have four brackets the senate seven santa plan also leaves intact some favorite deductions including at one million dollar ceiling for home mortgage interest as well as charitable and medical deductions cbs's tj geeris house republicans and senate republicans they're playing the game how can we get to a majority vote of republicans to get these through uh and then they'll have to put the bills together and try to get one bill through all of congress when it's all said and done a top researcher reporting that former new england patriots player aaron hernandez had dmo severe kctu e a degenerative brain condition caused by concussions another trauma making it difficult for him to control impulses he will be the gdp everything macron damage in such a young individual dr anne mckee at the cp center at boston university hernandez committed suicide in his prison cell after being convicted of murder and sentenced to life averse niche with john were gunned down in texas last sunday apparently will be torn down cbs's michelle miller investigators have written hurts leaders they have made some repairs erected this chain link fencing shrouded in black until the congregation can decide on what to do services will be held just a block away at a nearby community center on wall street the dow.

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"anne mckee" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"anne mckee" Discussed on AP News

"The crown for more than seven decades trailed in fourth place to selling about four point seven million vehicles renaultnissan alliance chief executive charles goes than says they expect to continue to build on the record sales bland australia is joining dole scotland and boring oregon as sister communities with unexciting names dull and boring bonded and two thousand twelve after a scottish woman on vacation passed through oregon on friday dole officials hosted the mayor of the region of bland shire new south wales and a reception to celebrate the third member of a club they call the league of extraordinary communities to more american towns named ordinary and dreary may soon be asked to join evidence of a brain disease linked to repeated had blows has been found in a study published in the journal of the american medical association study author dr anne mckee says research and two hundred two former football players found evidence of chronic dramatic encephalopathy or ct in nearly all of them there's no more debate about what they're not this is a problem and football it is a problem and we need to come together and find solutions philanthropic cte is a debilitating brain disease that can cause a range of symptoms including memory loss threepoint dozen confirmed the conditions common in all football players and mckee says the rains were from players whose families were concerned about repeated can russians and troubling symptoms now our brain they donation study is skewed it hasn't ascertainment fire but even considering that the fact that we were able to accumulate a hundred seventy seven cases a ct in a relatively short time friend uh speaks volumes it says that this disease is not rare the strongest scientific evidence cte can only be diagnosed by examining brains after death many scientists believe repeated blows to the head increase risks were developing ct kind of veterans and athletes in rough contact sports like football in back thing are among those thought to be most at risk the nfl issue a statement saying these reports are important for advancing science related to head trauma and said the legal continue to work with a wide range of experts to improve the health of current.

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"anne mckee" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"anne mckee" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"What about arman here with you last week the new york times published an article about how a hundred and eleven the families of a hundred eleven dead football players nfl players over a period of uh believe it was eddie a decade it was it was some time this was published in the journal the american medical association the brains here are from players who died as young as 23 and as old as eighty nine or backs running linebackers even a place kicker a punter famous players not famous players just to hold the forty four lineman twenty running back seventeen defensive backs thirteen linebackers seven quarterbacks five wide receivers to tight ends a place kicker to potter starting sound like now five golden rings a power transient ert anyway that's that was the list and dr anne mckee who is a narrow pathologists that is path allah just personal acts of dead tissue narrow purcell looks at nervous system stuff neuropathy colleges looking at at uh the caused this or the the the the the progression of disease as a path i'll is just in the brain and she's examined the brains of two hundred two the ceased but ballplayers of those two hundred and two players a hundred and eleven of them played in the national football league the nfl and of those 100 no levin who played in the nfl a hundred and ten of them add chronic traumatic encepalopathy.

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"anne mckee" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"anne mckee" Discussed on AP News

"You as rival general motors company which had held the crown for more than seven decades trailed at fourthplaced to selling about four point seven million vehicles renaultnissan alliance chief executive charles goals and says the expect to continue to build on the record sales bland australia is joining dull scotland and boring oregon as sister communities with unexciting names dolan boring bonded and two thousand twelve after a scottish woman on vacation passed through oregon on friday dole officials hosted the mayor of the region of bland shire new south wales at a reception to celebrate the third member of a club they call the league of extraordinary communities to more american pows named ordinary and dreary may soon be asked to join evidence of a brain disease linked to repeated had blows has been found in a study published in the journal of the american medical association study author dr anne mckee says research on two hundred two former football players found evidence of chronic traumatic encephalopathy or ct in nearly all of them there's no more debate about weather they not this is a problem and football it is a problem and we need to come together and i find solutions philanthropic c t e is a debilitating brain disease that can cause a range of symptoms including memory loss through port dozen confirmed the conditions common in all football players and mckee says the rains were from players whose families were concerned about repeated concuss shannon's and troubling symptoms now a brain bay donation study is skewed it has an ascertainment fire but even considering that the fact that we were able to accumulate a hundred seventy seven cases a c t e in a relatively short timeframe speaks volumes sit says that this disease is not rare the strongest scientific evidence as cte can only be diagnosed by examining brains after death many scientists believe repeated blows to the head increase risks were developing ct combat veterans and athletes in rough contact sports like football and vaccines are among those thought to be most at risk the nfl issued a state saying these reports are important for advancing science related to head trauma and said the legal continue to work with a wide range of experts to improve the health of.

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"anne mckee" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"anne mckee" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"Basically this was a ride around of a study that was published in jama the journal of the american medical association just yesterday july 25th 2017 and its print trending pretty heavily online right now called clinical pathological evaluation of chronic traumatic encephalopathy in players of american football and so these were some authors at boston university one of the kind of preeminent places where ct e or as i said chronic dramatic encephalopathy is covered or studied they have a very big brain bank dr anne mckee is a narrow path allah just who has been working there for quite some time and she she was involved in this research and basically the the publication is just a broad survey of recent findings where at b you they looked at two hundred two brains of football players from every level so all the way from a high school football player to a professional football player and anywhere in between and they found that eighty seven percent of the two hundred into brains were found to have ct was a very high number kind of in line with what i think most people are expecting now but what is i think trending in the headlines is that of the one hundred and eleven nfl players that were studied one hundred ten of them had ct so almost every single nfl player now dr mickey does warned that obviously this was not a scientific experiment this was not a blinded study and there was a massive selection bias and looking at these brains because.

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"anne mckee" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"anne mckee" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"An official ever charged in the church's sex abuse scandal a new b you report shows a high incidence of brain disease and former football players the numbers are alarming the details from wbz's doug cope of one hundred eleven former nfl players brain studied by boston university researchers one hundred ten ninety nine percent showed signs of c t e of degenerative brain disease cte can lead to confusion depression and dementia dr anne mckee it'd be you says we need to get on top of this disease what we need to do i think is come together to really understand this disease identified living people stop the player from being exposed to the injuries that are occurring and learn how to treat the disease ninety one percent of college football players brains examined also showed signs of ct doug cope wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time six twelve we check sports because we have to even after a tough red sox loss known half do well now after we have to hear the gory details adam kaufman as in the ticket com sports studio let's hear it all right jeff while the red sox lead knees down to one game on the anc he's following their fourth straight loss disappointing 65 collapse in thirteen innings in seattle just after three am boston rallied from threenothing depths it took four three lead in the sixth after hanley ramirez homered dustin pedroia doubled home to and jackie bradley jr picked up an rbi single mariners evened the score in seventh socks when up again in thirteenth wednesady leone singled in ramirez doug pfister in leone combined to give it back with wild pitch in the bottom of the inning john farrell did they get their signals crossed or what knaw there was lacrosse a you know as well as though was pitching the end of the third inning a work he was sufficient bonner ground good breaking ball in some key counts uh he pulled a fastball tools glove side and unfortunately saying he can't get a glove to it and they're in there and they tied up in underground only little the infield after walker's nato is the difference gene score drove in the winning run series finale today at through 340 raphael dever's went over for two walks in a.

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"anne mckee" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"anne mckee" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Court documents say the officer had illegal contact with a female teenage cadet eric leonard kfi news senators voted fifty seven to forty three to block a possible ballooned repeal and replace the healthcare reform law earlier today senate majority leader mitch mcconnell said obama care caused pain for millions of families remember scott rocketed doubling on average and a vast majority of stays on the federal exchange senate minority leader chuck schumer urged his colleagues not to be fooled by this rouzi says any any republican healthcare bill would leave millions without a juren's thous voted overwhelmingly for new sanctions against russia for its election hacking last year abc's andy field says the vote was four hundred nineteen two three the bill would also make it harder for president trump to ease sanctions without congress saying okay president still has publicly said he'll signed the law which targets oil and gas interests in russia the bill also includes sanctions for russia's actions against ukraine a report published in the journal all of the american medical association has found nearly all the former football players brains used in a study showed evidence of the concussionrelated brain disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy also called c t e boston university's dr anne mckee says this is the largest study of it's kind of study are unparalleled in terms of the comprehensive clinical assessment of the of the prayers please she says researchers also asked players relatives but the athlete symptoms of medical histories the study looked at more than two hundred dead former football players including one hundred eleven former pro football players only one former nfl or did not show signs of the disease something attacking mac in line porcelain agents say apple computers are being targeted by malicious code called fruitfly x nsa analyst patrick wartel his presenting his findings that the black hat conference later this week says there have been hundreds of fruitfly infections which doesn't sound like a lot but it is a big deal because now where outbreaks are rare for apple warto says he believes surveillance was the primary purpose of fruitful fly which could spy on the webcam at the user and take screen shots he says he doesn't see any ransomware or key lager behavior and fruitfly he says most of the infections pierre to be.

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"anne mckee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:29 min | 4 years ago

"anne mckee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Pro football players had the brain does aziz known as ct here's npr's tom goldman the study examined brains of deceased former football players and found a hundred and ten of a hundred and eleven brains of those who played in the nfl had ct chronic traumatic encephalopathy is a degenerative disease linked to head trauma symptoms include memory loss confusion and depression researchers studied the donated brains of two hundred two former players nearly eighty eight percent of the brain's had ct e the greatest likelihood of disease was in men who played professional late dr anne mckee is the study senior author you know we're seeing this in a very large number that participated in football for many years there's so while we don't know the exact risk and we don't know the exact number we know this is a problem in football this is a continuation of an eightyear study mickey says the new numbers are startling in indicate ct is much more common than previously thought but she acknowledges the study has flaws families don't donate brains of their loved one unless they're concerned about the person are so all the players in this study had on some level were symptomatic so that leaves you with a very skewed representation meaning these numbers alone don't indicate an epidemic sweeping the nfl nor do the studies low numbers for athletes who only played high school football three of fourteen had ct indicate relative safety for those who played fewer years no really can't necessarily extrapolate from those particular finding dr monroe column is a longtime sports concussion researcher because we don't actually know what the prevalence of tpp is in any specific population more comprehensive longterm studies would help you would also help researchers if they could identify ct in the living right now it can only be identified after death the new numbers are certain to prompt new questions as to whether tackle football conserve i've in light of cte and whether young p people should play i mean how far do we go with the in terms of trying to you know bubble wrap our kid but dr mckee who directs the c t e center at boston university says there is cause for concern and while i don't i'm not willing to say that football is doomed and i also am unwilling to make a decision for other individuals i think there's as a risk to playing football critics have accused the nfl of ignoring even covering up problems with concussions.

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"anne mckee" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"anne mckee" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Live from the rally autoparts studio o'reilly auto parts better part better prices every day and every day i am on twitter sports writer sports r e i t e r i last name if you'd like to hang out there and the phone lines are open and i have a feeling on this topic you may feel inclined to to use them eight five five two one two four cbs eight five five two one two four cbs ct is an ugly story and it today our it's also a reality the football isn't going to be able to turn away from and the nfl which will increasingly be faced with the science and the reality and the information behind this disease and it's linked to the game of football the nfl will be forced to confront it it and as that happens so will we in ways they'll be difficult as fans and as people and also because the father here who will have to make decisions about our kids plane this sport those of us that of boys at least and the latest study and it came from a researcher named dr her name is dr anne mckee and she ziamin two hundred and two deceased football players hundred eleven of those players played at the nfl level these are our players who played every position lyman running back defensive back quarterbacks receivers tired ends there is even a placekicker in a punter and those a hundred and eleven former nfl players one hundred and ten not well lo percenttvnn had signs myriad symptoms in many cases of of ct and there are several sort of places you can go if you wanna read it's very indepth study in.

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"anne mckee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"anne mckee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Nfl players and other athletes after death the brains were donated by the players or their families and today a study published in the journal of the american medical association show some startling findings virtually all of the pro football players had the brain disease now set here's npr's tung goldman the study examined brains of deceased former football players and found a hundred intent of a hundred and eleven brains of those who played in the nfl had ct chronic traumatic unsettle up if he is a degenerative disease linked to head trauma symptoms include memory loss confused asian and depression researchers studied the donated brains of two hundred two former players nearly eighty eight percent of the brain's had ct eat the greatest likelihood of disease was in men who played professionally dr anne mckee is the study senior author you know we're seeing this in a very large number that participated in football for many years so while we don't know the exact risk and we don't know the exact number we know this is a problem in football this is a continuation of an eightyear study mickey says the new numbers are startling in indicates ct is much more common than previously thought but she acknowledges the study has flaws families don't donate brains of their loved one unless they're concerned about the person are so all the players in this study had on some level were symptomatic so that leaves you with a very skewed representation meaning these numbers alone don't indicate an epidemic sweeping the nfl nor do the studies low numbers for athletes who own only played high school football three of fourteen had ct indicate relative safety for those who played fewer years no really can't necessarily extrapolate from those particular finding dr monroe column is a longtime sports concussion researcher because we don't actually know what the prevalence of people if he is in any specific population more comprehensive longterm studies would help you would also help researchers if they could identify ct in the living right now it can only be identified after death the new numbers are certain to prompt new questions as to whether tackle football conserve i've in light of ct and whether young people should play i mean how far do we go with this in terms of trying to you know bubble wrap our kids but dr mckee who directs the.

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"anne mckee" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"anne mckee" Discussed on KGO 810

"From the city the changes the world this is jio san francisco oakland san jose the next generation of keijiro zang's a cumulus station a good afternoon kgon it's time to our one i'm kim mcallister in nicky madero era senator john mccain back on capitol hill less than a week after being diagnosed with brain cancer he voted on a measure to repeal the affordable care act and then took on the current atmosphere in washington bob costantini reports following in the vote of senator john mccain was given time to speak on the floor of the chamber where he says served forty years our deliberations can still be important than usual and right now they are producing much for the american people mccain also took on a caustic tones of cable news channels and talk radio as well as reminding his fellow senators they are a constitutional check only zaki of it a rose garden news conference president trump lauded mccain brave man he made a tough trip to get here and vote their relationship has been walkie ever since candidate trump said mccain was not a war hero but the arizona nhs position this time was never in doubt bob costantini the white house president donald trump says he is very appointed in attorney general jeff sessions trump telling the wall street journal he has not made up his mind as to whether to fire has longtime ally trump also downplaying the importance of sessions being the first senator to endorse his presidential candidacy research on two hundred two former football players found evidence of brain disease in nearly all of them that according to a study in the journal of the american medical association written by dr anne mckee boston university eighty seven percent of all the brain tissue that was donated from football players individuals who craig football as their primary exposure to head impacts uh had his signs of ct the athletes of the study played in the national football league down to high school it's the biggest update on ct which has been linked with repeated head blows the results confirm that it can happen even in young players and turning devout other kind of football the usa will take on jamaica for the gold cup final soccer tournament to be held tomorrow night at levi stadium in santa clara this is.

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"anne mckee" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"anne mckee" Discussed on AP News

"To preserve and i think he deserved rhody republican orrin the hatch says it surprising top senate democrat chuck schumer says if the president has issued with sessions fine just talked to him you don't ridicule him in pulp saying it seems clear the presidents try to bully sessions out the door house speaker paul ryan says that's his right he determines who is hired in fire in the executive branch that's his prerogative saga remain ghani at the white house trump's anger is due to sessions recusing himself from the russia investigation which continues members of the house intelligence committee bidding in private today with trump adviser in soninlaw jared kushner california congressman adam schiff as a ranking democrat on that committee was very productive session we have up to do asked about a range of issues that other committees been concerned about we appreciate his voluntary willingness to come and testify the president's former campaign chairman paul manafort met in private today was senate intelligence committee staffers researchers studying the brains of former football players donated to a boston brain bank found oath we're well ming evidence of a traumatic brain disease linked to repeated blows to the head lead researcher neuroscientist dr anne mckee there's no more debate about whether or not this is a problem in football it is a problem and we need to come together and find solutions for less but key cautions the study does not confirm that the condition is comment in all football player since many donors or their families contributed to the bank because of repeated concussions and troubling symptoms before death on wall street the dow is up 132 this is ap radio news.

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"anne mckee" Discussed on NPR's Story of the Day

NPR's Story of the Day

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"anne mckee" Discussed on NPR's Story of the Day

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from novo nordisk working to defeat diabetes for more than ninety years through prevention diagnosis and treatment more at novo nordisk dot u s researchers at boston university of been steadying the brain's a former nfl players and other athletes after death the brains were donated by the players or their families and today a study published in the journal of the american medical association show some startling findings virtually all of the pro football players had the brain disease known as ct here's npr's tung goldman the study examined brains of deceased fellow football players and found a hundred and ten of one hundred eleven brains of those who played in the nfl had ct eat chronic traumatic and several up a theme is a degenerative disease linked to head trauma symptoms include memory loss confusion and depression researchers studied the donated brains of two hundred two former players nearly eighty eight percent of the brain's had ct eat the greatest likelihood of disease was in men who played professionally dr anne mckee is the studies senior author our know we're seeing this very large number that participated in football for many years so while we don't know the exact risk and we don't know the exact number we know this is a problem and football this is a continuation of an eightyear study mickey says the new numbers are startling in indicate ct is much more common than previously thought but she acknowledges the study has flaws families don't donate brains of their loved one unless they're concerned about the person.

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