NYT Tells the Personal Side of Concussions and Soccer

The most viewed story from the New York Times sports section this morning wasn’t about golfer Jordan Spieth winning the U.S. Open, or baseball, or even the Women’s World Cup.

It was about concussions, and the story of Curtis Baushke, a twenty-something former soccer player, who died from a prescription drug overdose associated with the symptoms he suffered from CTE. The theme was that concussion remain a problem for soccer, one that should be addressed.

To read the story, click here: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/22/sports/an-athlete-felled-by-concussions-despite-playing-a-safer-sport.html?src=me&_r=0

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