The FDA recently approved a blood test to diagnose concussions for the first time ever.
Football is a popular sport, but is the risk of concussion too great for anyone under 18-years-old?
Where should parents draw the line with sports that could be potentially dangerous to their kids’ development?
Former NFL star Kyle Turley joins The Doctors to discuss his personal experience with CTE and why he still coaches kids in this contact sport.
In a The Doctors' special report, hear why Dr. Bennet Omalu, portrayed by Will Smith in the upcoming film "Concussion," says children should not be allowed to play football.
A young woman who lost her sense of smell following a head injury reaches out to The Doctors for help.
Neurologist Dr. William Chow explains the possible cause of a young woman’s damaged sense of smell following a head injury.
Find out why one woman lost her ability to smell after slipping and falling in her home.
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork shares critical information on concussions featured in the The Doctors' HealthSmart column in USA Weekend magazine.
The checklight beanie, which can be worn under helmets, monitors blows to the head and alerts coaches to a possible concussion.