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Speedy Eye-tracking Device Seeks to Detect Concussions

A newly-approved device using infrared cameras to track eye movements promises to help detect concussions in one minute, offering a speedy insight into whether athletes have sustained the injury. Boston-based neuro-technology company SyncThink got clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in February for its first device, "Eye-Sync," the first of its kind to get the green light from the authority amid growing concerns over brain injuries in contact sports. Head...

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