CTE in NFL Players

Pittsburgh Steeler Quarterback, Ben Roethlisberger, is the latest who does not know what his future in the NFL is as after a new study linking CTE in the brains of NFL players.  Roethlisberger spoke with the Tribune-Review and stated “I want to play catch with my kids. I want to know my kids' names. As much as I want my kids to remember what I did and watch me play the game, I also want to remember them when I'm 70 years old.”

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NASCAR's First Driver with Autism

At age 17, Armani Williams is NASCAR's first driver with autism, as reported by BlackDoctor.org. At the age of 2, he was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder and was non-verbal during his early years. He struggled to engage in daily life and around the age of 8 years old he started taking car racing lessons. At the end of his first lesson, he said to his father, "Dad, I understand.” 

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