By Irvin Muchnick
Hectic mind damage in soccer isn't incidental, yet an inevitable and principal point of the game. beginning in highschool, via university, and into the NFL, younger gamers face repeated head trauma, and people sustained accidents create lifelong cognitive and practical difficulties.Concussion Inc. unearths the decades-long cover-up of clinical learn into activities concussions, and the continued denial to considerably reform soccer in North the US. this can be the total head harm tale, from the healthcare professional who performed speedy and free with the proof concerning the efficacy of the state-mandated concussion administration procedure for prime college soccer avid gamers, to hugely touted options which are extra self-serving cottage than of any actual benefit.Known for vast reporting at the tragic tale of the Chris Benoit murder-suicide, Muchnick turns his investigative research to hectic mind harm and probes deep into the company, executive, and media corruption that has enabled the $10-billion-a-year nationwide soccer League to set off a public future health quandary.
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Concussion Inc. by Irvin Muchnick