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Mother claims college failed to prevent injury-causing accidents

The mother of a student who lost his life during a hazing ritual is filing a lawsuit against the college. The mother claims that the New York college failed to prevent injury-causing accidents due to hazing. The mother is attempting to claim $25 million in damages for her son's loss of life.

Death or disability from traumatic brain injury

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that traumatic brain injury accounts for nearly one-third of all injury deaths in the United States. People who survive such an injury face long-term disabilities, such as cognitive impairment, limited movement, problems with vision or hearing, personality changes and depression.

MLB player suffered from CTE

Sports fans in New York may have been surprised to hear the latest news about one former pro-athlete. The family of former MLB player Ryan Freel learned that he was suffering from chronic traumatic encephalopathy before killing himself in 2012. Chronic traumatic encephalopathy, commonly known as CTE, is a serious degenerative brain disease that typically arises from a head injury that occurs frequently. Boston University Center for the Study of Traumatic Encephalopathy and Sports Legacy Institute reviewed the report with Freel's family and MLB executives during the third week of December 2013.

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