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Blog Posts in March, 2014

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  • Absent Symptoms May Still Mean Brain Injury For Explosion Victims
    Absent Symptoms May Still Mean Brain Injury For Explosion Victims

    At one point or another, we’ve all hurt ourselves, but figured the injury wasn’t bad enough or didn’t hurt enough to seek medical attention. Unfortunately, some military veterans don’t get the ...

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  • How to Determine If Your Child Has Suffered a Head or Brain Injury
    How to Determine If Your Child Has Suffered a Head or Brain Injury

    No parent wants to see their child hurt or suffer, particularly from an injury to the head. However, traumatic brain injuries are the leading cause of disability and death in children and adolescents. ...

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  • Silence Is Not Golden For Brain Injury Victims Who Can’t Communicate
    Silence Is Not Golden For Brain Injury Victims Who Can’t Communicate

    How many times a day do you speak, gesture, write, or otherwise communicate your thoughts to someone? When ordering your lunch at Basil Thyme, how do they know which lasagna you want or if you need ...

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  • Unnecessary Surgeries: A Form Of Medical Malpractice
    Unnecessary Surgeries: A Form Of Medical Malpractice

    Over 120,000 surgical procedures are performed each day in the United States. While some surgeries are emergency procedures performed to save lives, others are planned procedures done to improve a ...

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  • “Avatar” Inspires New Research For Spinal Cord Treatment
    “Avatar” Inspires New Research For Spinal Cord Treatment

    If you’ve seen the motion picture Avatar , you’ll know that the alien race, the Na’vi, used the ends of their braids as basic USB ports to communicate and control objects. This same basic premise has ...

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  • PTSD Brain Damage Linked To Explosion Proximities
    PTSD Brain Damage Linked To Explosion Proximities

    You see them everyday in coffee houses, bars, libraries, and on the street. However, what you don’t see is the daily suffering of these men and women who served our country. Washington D.C. is the ...

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