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Archive: Brain Injuries

Traumatic brain injury

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) causes injuries ranging from mild and temporary to severe and permanent. Some injuries affect cognitive ability, mental health and communication while others affect sensory and motor skills. The damage caused by TBI can be absolutely devastating….

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traumatic brain injuries

Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) can cause a whole range of temporary and lifelong health issues. According to United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 50,000 people die and an additional 85,000 people suffer long-term disabilities from TBI every…

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Traumatic brain injury

Congressional hearings in 2009 revealed that the NFL had covered up the link between concussion and mental illness (traumatic brain injuries). This was immediately followed by the league’s admission that concussions can lead to “long-term problems.” Recent backlash against youth…

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VA Health Care

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is defined by mild to severe dysfunction in the brain caused by an external mechanical force. Among civilians, TBI is most commonly caused by a fall, car accident or sports injury. Active duty service members are…

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cerebral palsy

About 10 percent of children born with cerebral palsy incurred the brain injury as a direct result of medical malpractice. That means that one in every ten children with cerebral palsy would not be suffering from the injury had the…

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birth injuries

A brain injury can be a devastating, lifelong injury. Brain injuries caused by a birth injuries may be due to one of many complications, and can result in numerous injuries and disabilities. When a personal injury is caused by the…

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