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  • Brain Damage As An Outcome Of A Surgical Error
    Brain Damage As An Outcome Of A Surgical Error

    People undergo brain surgery for a variety of reasons, including removing a brain tumor, replacing shunts that have been clogged or infected, and to stop bleeding around the brain. Any time the brain ...

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  • Headaches: A Chronic Side Effect Of A Brain Injury
    Headaches: A Chronic Side Effect Of A Brain Injury

    When trauma to the brain occurs—whether from a car accident, other type of motor vehicle accident, slip and fall accident, or as a result of medical malpractice—significant side effects such as memory ...

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  • Maneuvering A Truck While Taking Medication Is Downright Dangerous
    Maneuvering A Truck While Taking Medication Is Downright Dangerous

    The scary truth is that many truck drivers behind the wheel of 80,000 pound trucks take medications to stay awake on the job, minimize pain, or treat various health conditions. Although anti-seizure ...

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  • Caesarean Vs. Vaginal Delivery: Which Is The Better Choice For You?
    Caesarean Vs. Vaginal Delivery: Which Is The Better Choice For You?

    Have you ever noticed how many pregnant women you see when you’re out and about? It seems like everywhere you look there’s an expectant mother; at the Bartholdi, around Dupont and definitely at ...

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  • Emotional Trauma: Healing After A Car Accident
    Emotional Trauma: Healing After A Car Accident

    Far too many people are injured in car accidents every day. Fortunately, the majority of collisions aren’t deadly; however, any type of crash from a severe to minor accident can lead to any of the ...

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  • Your Spinal Cord Injury Might Be More Expensive Than You Think
    Your Spinal Cord Injury Might Be More Expensive Than You Think

    The spinal cord is one of the most important parts of the human body. As a part of the central nervous system, it serves as the link between the brain and the nerves in your body, allowing you to move ...

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