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  1. A lot to celebrate for Nerd Nation

    Chiney Ogwumike

    Last week I was either living in the library or hibernating in my room. The short time I did sleep, I dreamt about school. Four long papers and three tests later, my brain is officially fried ... I have survived finals week! It is always a challe...

    Blog | December 20, 2013
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  3. espnW -- Steelers orthopedic surgeon Robin West tackling concussi...

    Jane McManus

    Orthopedic surgeon Robin West, with the Pittsburgh Steelers since 2003, believes increased awareness, combined with improved detection and treatment, can reduce the incidence of brain trauma among athletes.

    Story | Conversation | November 19, 2013
  4. Mo. football player dies 2 weeks after injury

    A Missouri high school football player who had been hospitalized with a brain injury since an October playoff game died Thursday, according to the school district's superintendent.

    Story | Conversation | November 14, 2013
  5. Report details concussion risks for high school athletes

    Tom Farrey

    A leading medical body released a 306-page, NFL-funded report that found football not only has by far the highest rates of concussions at the interscholastic level, but that average high school player is nearly twice as likely to suffer a brain injury.

    Story | Conversation | October 30, 2013
  6. Longhorn's Salima Rockwell Total Access -espnW

    Graham Hays

    From recruiting coordinator to mother figure, Texas associate head coach Salima Rockwell plays every role as an indispensable member of the Longhorns.

    Story | Conversation | October 23, 2013
  7. espnW -- With Jerry Jones on the brain, Johnny Manziel overload a...

    D'Arcy Maine

    Who says the world is fair? It made for a long week hearing about Jerry Jones' youthful brain, Johnny Football's "punishment" and Lindsey Vonn's awesome life. Like Francesca Schiavone, we need a hug.

    Story | Conversation | August 30, 2013
  8. Inspiration from Dad

    Ivory Latta

    Parkinson's disease is a disorder of the brain that leads to shaking (tremors) and difficulty with walking, movement and coordination. My father has Parkinson's. The journey my father has taken with Parkinson's is one of strength, courage and fai...

    Blog | June 21, 2013
  9. espnw -- American Morgan Pressel holds two-shot LPGA Championship...

    Mechelle Voepel

    Morgan Pressel, who last won in 2008, maintains a two-shot lead -- with No. 1 Inbee Park in the hunt -- as the LPGA Championship heads for a 36-hole final day.

    Story | Conversation | June 08, 2013
  10. espnW -- Val Ackerman chats with Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany ...

    Val Ackerman

    Jim Delany has led the Big Ten since 1989 and upped the conference's women's sports participation numbers. Val Ackerman picks his brain in her latest edition of Man Up.

    Story | Conversation | March 04, 2013
  11. espnW -- Marathoner Johanna Olson made every second count before ...

    Mackenzie Lobby

    Elite runner Johanna Olson, who lost a 15-year battle with brain cancer last month, left a legacy of boundless passion and enthusiasm, on the course and off.

    Story | Conversation | February 19, 2013
  12. Birds on the brain?

    espnW

    Stash up on the napkins; it's chicken wing weekend. According to the National Chicken Council, Super Bowl weekend is the busiest time for these little critters. The council's 2013 "Wing Report" says more than 1.23 billion wings will be eaten this wee...

    Blog | February 01, 2013
  13. espnW -- Tahiti's best kept secret? It may host one of the best c...

    Alyssa Roenigk

    It's no secret that Tahiti is one of the world's most beautiful places. But Alyssa Roenigk is about to find out more about the island's best kept secret: It is home to one of the hottest action sports competitions on the planet.

    Story | Conversation | November 30, 2012
  14. We relax, bond, laugh through Snapchat

    Micaela Capelle

    Our team has been hitting the books and the practice field for four weeks now. This past week was busy school-wise, as we have officially finished one-fourth of the fall semester. With tests, papers, assignments and quizzes filling our brains, we w...

    Blog | September 26, 2012
  15. People watching in Paris

    Joanne C. Gerstner

    PARIS -- I was out for a walk this evening on the beautiful Champs Elysees, trying to overcome my brain-deadness from a long overnight flight and hardly any sleep. It seemed like the rest of Paris was out for a stroll too, as the wide sidewalks w...

    Blog | May 24, 2012
  16. Doctor: Recent ACL injuries more coincidence than trend

    Jane McManus

    Mariano Rivera was moving from the outfield to the warning track. As his foot came down on the new surface, the Yankees' legendary closer crumpled. For Dr. Neal ElAttrache, it was the classic type of ACL injury, where the brain is expecting one level...

    Blog | May 16, 2012
  17. Mechelle Voepel on why Women's Professional Soccer league has bee...

    Mechelle Voepel

    What led to the WPS suspending its season? Part of the problem was the league's shaky foundation, a problem that dates back to the professional leagu that preceded it, the Women's United Soccer Association.

    Story | Conversation | January 30, 2012