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  • Recovering From The Emotional Aftereffects Of A Brain Injury
    Recovering From The Emotional Aftereffects Of A Brain Injury

    Once a brain injury survivor is aware of the long-term effects of the head trauma that he or she sustained, it is typical to feed sad, frustrated, and even depressed about one’s new reality. Sometimes ...

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  • Did Doctor Error Cause Your Baby To Suffer Cerebral Palsy?
    Did Doctor Error Cause Your Baby To Suffer Cerebral Palsy?

    Having a baby is a life-changing event. This is especially the case if you are told that your child has a birth injury known as cerebral palsy. The doctor may or may not have tried to explain this ...

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  • Patients May Be Put At Risk By Sleep-Deprived Doctors
    Patients May Be Put At Risk By Sleep-Deprived Doctors

    It is common sense that people need adequate sleep to function, let alone examine patients, perform medical procedures, and prescribe medications. But did you know that many medical professionals are ...

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  • Recovering Physical Function Following A Medical Malpractice Brain Injury
    Recovering Physical Function Following A Medical Malpractice Brain Injury

    When a patient suffers brain damage due to the negligence or carelessness of a medical professional, he could face a long road to recovery. One effect a serious brain injury can have is to limit the ...

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  • Even Children Can Suffer PTSD Following An Auto Accident
    Even Children Can Suffer PTSD Following An Auto Accident

    Following a car crash, everyone involved is usually pretty shaken up. This is especially true if children are involved. From the sounds of screeching tires and breaking glass to the bright lights and ...

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  • What You Should Know When Medical Malpractice Causes Paralysis
    What You Should Know When Medical Malpractice Causes Paralysis

    Because the brain is responsible for voluntary actions such as controlling muscle movement, it’s no wonder that many people suffer paralysis following a brain injury. The brain is made up of billions ...

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