Concussions Impact Female Brains More than Male's

A recent Reuters Health study looked at the way amateur soccer players are affected by concussions depending on their gender. They found through MRI studies that females fared up to 5 times worse than the males- their white matter, the part of the brain that facilitates communication, in particular, was likely to be much worse off. Some believe that a lack of neck muscle, comparatively, in females may be a contributing factor, Researchers want to continue this study with more participants and variables to further test these findings. 

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