In this video, listen as UPMC patients and their families share their personal experiences with concussion, interviewed by ESPN’s Hannah Storm.
Is fish really brain food? Is my brain really a muscle? What happens to my brain during a concussion? We answer these questions and more.
The term concussion is used frequently to describe head injuries, but most people don’t fully understand what a concussion is.
You may not associate your nose with cancer — but a small number of people actually develop a type of nasal cavity cancer called “olfactory neuroblastoma.”
Many people never experience symptoms of Chiari malformation and never need treatment. However, the most common symptom is a severe headache.