The recent Will Smith film "Concussion" may have put traumatic brain injury into the national spotlight, but work on degenerative diseases like chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, has been happening for more than a decade.
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The Supreme Court gave lower courts additional instructions to try and reach an accommodation on balancing religious rights and no-cost access to contraception.