Soldiers at Fort Riley are participating in research led by University of Kansas scientists who are trying to see if running helps to heal mild traumatic brain injuries.
Soldiers at Fort Riley are participating in research led by University of Kansas scientists who are trying to see if running helps to heal mild traumatic brain injuries.
Soldiers at Fort Riley are participating in research led by University of Kansas scientists who are trying to see if running helps to heal mild traumatic brain injuries.

KU researchers have Fort Riley soldiers run miles to save their brains

January 27, 2017 05:44 PM

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