Penn State quarterback Michael Robinson (12) suffered a concussion after a hit by Wisconsin’s Jason Jefferson in 2004. Penn State researchers think the molecules in saliva might be key to diagnosing concussion and detemining the length of symptoms.
Penn State quarterback Michael Robinson (12) suffered a concussion after a hit by Wisconsin’s Jason Jefferson in 2004. Penn State researchers think the molecules in saliva might be key to diagnosing concussion and detemining the length of symptoms. Steve Manuel For the Centre Daily Times, file
Penn State quarterback Michael Robinson (12) suffered a concussion after a hit by Wisconsin’s Jason Jefferson in 2004. Penn State researchers think the molecules in saliva might be key to diagnosing concussion and detemining the length of symptoms. Steve Manuel For the Centre Daily Times, file

Is there a more accurate way to diagnose concussions? Penn State says yes.

November 20, 2017 07:34 PM

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