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It's Video Podcast Friday! with Huffines Scholar Dr. Kevin Guskiewicz and Sports Concussions!

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Today's talk is the sixth talk from the 2014 Huffines Discussion held Nov. 21, 2014.  Up today in our series is Dr. Kevin Guskiewicz from Univ. North Carolina Chapel Hill.  Dr. Guskiewicz has been a long-time leader in the field of sports concussions as related to football and in honor of his work, was named a MacArthur Genius (it is impressive!).  Dr. Guskiewicz's talk is called "Sports Related Concussion: Legitimate Concern or Paranoia?"  This is the talk to see if you want to learn about football and concussions!

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It's Video Podcast Friday! with Huffines Scholar Mr. Randy Dick and Athletes and the Arts!

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The Huffines Discussion is where great speakers and leaders in Sports Medicine talk about the future in a manner understandable to all. Today's talk is the fifth talk from the 2014 Huffines Discussion held Nov. 21, 2014. This talk is by Mr. Randy Dick from Health and Safety Sports Consultants in Indianapolis, IN.  Mr. Dick's talk is "Athletes and the Arts: Get in Tune".  Click here for Mr. Dick's bio.


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It's Video Podcast Friday! with Huffines Scholar Mr. David Epstein and Small Data!

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Today's talk is the fourth talk from the 2014 Huffines Discussion held Nov. 21, 2014. This talk is by Mr. David Epstein, New York Times best-selling author and journalist for ProPublica.org talks about "Small Data in Sports: Finding What Matters and What You Can Change". 

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It's Video Podcast Friday! with Huffines Scholar Dr. Ann McKee and Concussions!

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Today's talk is the third talk from the 2014 Huffines Discussion held Nov. 21, 2014. This talk is by Dr. Ann McKee Professor of Neurology and Pathology and Director of Neuropathology Care at Boston University, whose talk is titled "Sports and Military TBI: Pathways to Neurogeneration".

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