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Muskoxen Headbutts May Cause Brain Damage: Study
Researchers report molecular evidence of traumatic brain injury in headbutting animals, but other experts aren’t convinced.
Muskoxen Headbutts May Cause Brain Damage: Study
Muskoxen Headbutts May Cause Brain Damage: Study

Researchers report molecular evidence of traumatic brain injury in headbutting animals, but other experts aren’t convinced.

Researchers report molecular evidence of traumatic brain injury in headbutting animals, but other experts aren’t convinced.

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Amanda Heidt | Mar 7, 2022 | 4 min read
McCrory left his post as chair of the influential Concussion in Sport Group after several of his editorials appeared to plagiarize other researchers’ work.
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She wrote the book on brain injuries.
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