Luke Henry

Emilie Chamard2
Yvan Boulanger2
2Emilie Chamard
2Yvan Boulanger
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The long-term effects of multiple sport-related concussions are currently at the center of debate in the popular press and scientific community. The question, “How many concussions are too many,” is frequently asked in the competitive sport environment by parents, athletes, and coaches. While research suggests that a history of concussion influences the(More)
BACKGROUND Sports-related concussions are a major public health concern affecting millions of individuals annually. Neurometabolic and microstructural alterations have been reported in the chronic phase following a concussion in male athletes, while no study has investigated these alterations in female athletes. METHODS Neurometabolic and microstructural(More)
Traumatic brain injury (TBI), a signature wound of Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom, can result from blunt head trauma or exposure to a blast/explosion. While TBI affects sleep, the neurobiological underpinnings between TBI and sleep are largely unknown. To examine the neurobiological underpinnings of this relationship in military veterans,(More)
Athletes who sustain a concussion demonstrate a variety of symptoms and neuropsychological alterations that could be brought on by neurometabolic abnormalities. However, no study has yet investigated these aspects in female athletes using magnetic resonance spectroscopy. The present study investigated the neurometabolic and -psychological effects of a(More)
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