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Hubble was loopy for a while after the first lacrosse concussion, his mother Kozi Holley remembers. He followed all doctor’s orders—no school, no activities, little TV, dim lights. “I didn’t do much of anything for weeks,” Hubble says. “I didn’t get to play sports for three months.” He recovered. But the latest impact has been another, more alarming experience, one that has prompted their interest in concussion research at St. Luke’s. Not realizing how hard he had been hit, Hubble played the rest of the game. It wasn’t until he was driving home that he recognized the familiar signs of concussion. His head hurt, his vision was blurry, and the streetlights were blinding. “It was like I was at a laser light show,” he says. Hubble got lost before finding his way to his grandmother’s house.“He was way out of it this time,” his mom reports. His eyesight and balance were affected. He would get disoriented. He couldn’t remember recent conversations. “It was like nobody was home.”
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