Category Archive: Traumatic Brain Injuries

A Head Injury Examined: Technology Makes Tracking Brain Trauma Possible

Recent years have brought a lot of attention to the sport of football because of the risk of concussions, severe traumatic brain injuries, chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE and other serious problems.  By now, most of us understand that playing football can and many times does inflict long-term damage on the brain.  There is a Read More

Study: Concussion Test Could Be Possible With Simple Blood Analysis

For decades, the only ‘concussion test’ administered on people who had suffered a blow to the head involved asking them to describe what if any symptoms they were experiencing.  Even as the world of medical science advanced at a remarkable rate, almost any concussion test one could find was relatively rudimentary in nature.  This became Read More

Study: Traumatic Brain Injury Recovery May Be Assessed By Sleep Patterns

Medical researchers are focusing intensely on the challenge that is traumatic brain injury recovery.  The medical science world has learned a lot in recent years with regards to diagnosing traumatic brain injuries.  Treating traumatic brain injuries is another matter entirely.  One struggle that exists involves measuring the post-injury progress of a patient.  Traumatic brain injury Read More

Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyer? Study Links TBI More Common in Prisons

Traumatic brain injuries can lead to years if not a lifetime of consequences.  We’ve covered some of those potential consequences recently.  However, that list was far from exhaustive.  The more we learn about traumatic brain injuries, the more we are able to identify what can happen to people who endure them.  Based on the results Read More

Sports Concussions – Troubling Concussion Rates For Different Activities

Sports concussions are a much larger problem than many of us thought 20 years ago.  Concussions affect young people as much as they do adults if not more so on a long-term basis.  Parents are becoming increasingly concerned about the dangers their children face when they play certain collision sports such as football or ice Read More

Study: Treating Severe Traumatic Brain Injury With Stem Cells Shows Promise

Researchers have studied the brain intensely in recent years.  We have learned a lot with regards to recognizing warning signs for traumatic brain injuries.  The medical research community has taken positive steps towards diagnosing more cases of brain trauma.  Scientists have also moved forward with regards to treating head injuries successfully.  Humanity continues, however, to Read More

Not Just Concussions – Study Shows Head Injuries in Youth Football Change Brain

Researchers have learned a lot about the problem of concussions in football in recent years.  The issue has become so prevalent that it has changed the perception of the game for many people.  While fans of the game will make their own choice as to whether or not to continue to follow it, there are Read More

Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Update: Major Increase in Concussion Diagnoses in US

Many people refer to a concussion as a mild traumatic brain injury.  That may be accurate in some situations.  However, research is coming out  that may show that concussions are anything but mild.  Several studies show that even one concussion can have a lasting negative impact, particularly on a young person.  As such, when statistics Read More

Study Reveals Prevalence of Car Carrier and Stroller Injuries

Two of the most important things that expecting parents purchase are a stroller and a car carrier.  New parents tend to look to save some money here and there when a child is on the way.  Anyone who has had a child knows that this can quickly become expensive.  However, the stroller and the car Read More

Study: NFL Traumatic Brain Injuries Shockingly Prevalent

NFL fans understand that the risks involved with playing this violent game are extreme.  We have heard the stories about players whose brains were severely injured while playing.  The worst part of this is that we only found out about many of these brain injuries after the players had passed away at young ages.  NFL Read More

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