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Steven Kornguth stands in front of an illustration of the human brain

It turns out that asking how many concussions are too many isn’t the right question to ask, because it may not be the right way to think about how and to whom traumatic brain injuries cause damage.

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Olympic luge team

Society tends to put professional athletes on a pedestal – casting them as idols and role models. In reality, professional sports can serve more as a mirror to society, but are not always held to the same standards.

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It turns out that asking how many concussions are too many isn’t the right question to ask, because it may not be the right way to think about how and to whom traumatic brain injuries cause damage.

Society tends to put professional athletes on a pedestal – casting them as idols and role models. In reality, professional sports can serve more as a mirror to society, but are not always held to the same standards.

A casual conversation on a flight from Boston to Austin led to an appearance on the Dr. Oz Show for Tim Fleisher, a Ph.D. candidate in exercise science in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education. Fleisher says he got the idea for his research when he was working in Brazil

Matt Bowers, a clinical assistant professor in sport management, offers advice to parents who are trying to choose a sport for their child to participate in.

Dr. John Bartholomew discusses how his department aims to improve public health through research and practice.

Alumna Ellie Noack ’53, ’59 reminisces on a pioneering career as a physical education leader.

Clinical Professor Dolly Lambdin’s retirement from UT won’t curtail her leadership in children’s physical education and health.

Former University of Texas and NFL running back Priest Holmes’s list of accomplishments is long. In 1992, before joining the Longhorns, he led San Antonio’s John Marshall High School football team to