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Category : Brain Injury
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    One of the most dramatic impacts of a brain injury, especially for the loved ones of the victim, is the changes in behavior that can occur as a result. A traumatic brain injury causes different symptoms depending on the area of the brain that is affected, and two patients rarely, if ever, experience the same […]

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    A concussion has no single, accepted definition. In general, a concussion is a blow to the head that causes mild trauma to the brain. People typically sustain concussions as the result of a car accident or sports accident. Infants often sustain concussions from being shaken, also known as “shaken baby syndrome.” Recovering from a concussion […]

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    America has a deep love-hate relationship with NASCAR racing. Though viewership has been declining in recent years, it is still one of America’s favorite sports. This is especially true in the American South, where races at the Daytona Speedway and Talladega Superspeedway still draw sellout crowds every year. It’s no surprise that one of the […]

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    Let’s face it: Teenagers really aren’t the smartest people. Thanks to inexperience in life in addition to hormones going crazy, dumb decisions are a way of life for teens. We all went through the phase. We played contact sports without the proper safety equipment, drove too fast down the road and make other choices that […]

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    Professional football is celebrated for its fierce tackles. Fans cheer when a defender delivers a bone-crushing hit to the ball carrier, especially if said ball carrier is the quarterback. Football is one of those institutions that has become a cornerstone of the American culture. It’s so integral, in fact, that we tend to ignore its […]

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    According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are a major source of hospitalizations, disabilities and deaths in the United States on a yearly basis. They estimate that around 30 percent of all injury-related deaths have TBI as a contributing factor. Learn more about the dangers of traumatic […]

  • If you’re recovering from a traumatic brain injury (TBI), you’ve seen plenty of supposed miracle cures. Some of these cures have science behind them, and others don’t. One of the most widespread recommendations is to take an Omega-3 supplement (fish oil). Fish oil is alleged to help your brain repair itself, getting you more of your […]

  • Brain injuries can be mild, from a minor concussion that will pass quickly, to severe. Severe brain injuries can be life threatening. If someone around you may have a severe brain injury, call 911. There are steps you can take to help for both concussions and more serious brain injuries. For the purposes of this article, […]

  • Can you train your brain to improve its performance? That’s the promise of an ever-increasing number of games and apps that are gaining in popularity. These games say that they train your brain much the way physical exercise trains the body, making it stronger and better at its job. But when they come under scientific scrutiny, they don’t always […]

  • A brain injury support group can be a crucial resource for brain injury survivors, their relatives, and their families. It can be a way for them to gain support and understanding from the only people who truly understand what they’re going through: those who have gone through it themselves. A support group can also be a […]

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