Football Safety Tips from Birds? How Woodpeckers Avoid Concussions after Head Impact

 

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The NFL has been under a lot of heat over concussion injuries in its players and the long-term brain injury and health impacts. With the size of the player and the speed he runs, it’s not hard to imagine the sheer force and damage that can occur from even a single collision. Woodpeckers, though, bang their head about 12,000 times a day at 10 times the impact of the average football hit. Why don’t woodpeckers get concussions?

Read more on http://ispyphysiology.com/2016/02/03/football-safety-tips-from-birds-how-woodpeckers-avoid-concussions-after-head-impact/

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