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    • 1.

      Traumatic Brain Injury and Memory Loss

      by Alan Haburchak - 2007-11-25
      Depictions of head-injury patients in movies and television almost always show the patient experiencing some type of amnesia, or memory loss. Indeed, memory loss is the most common cognitive side effe...
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      Demographics Reveal The Truth About Traumatic Brain Injury

      by Peter Kent - 2008-05-30
      They may seem like mere numbers, but statistics and demographics information can give important information on who is affected by traumatic brain injury (TBI) - and possibly shed light on how to preve...
    • 3.

      Traumatic Brain Injury Treatment Research and Methods Increase

      by Peter Kent - 2008-06-04
      Each year in America, there are millions of traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) that severely debilitate citizens from a number of common, everyday activities that often depend on the severity of their in...
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      Health, War Veterans and Traumatic Brain Injury

      by PETER KENT - 2008-09-08
      War Veterans and Traumatic Brain Injury Each year the number of U.S. veterans increases as soldiers returning from America's most recent wars come home. However, as the survivors are welcomed...
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      University of California Receives Grant Money to Study Veteran Brain Injury

      by Peter Kent - 2008-09-16
      Recently, the University of California, San Diego (UC San Diego) School of Medicine received a $60 million dollar grant for a five-year study to determine better prevention and treatment methods of p...
    • 6.

      Music Helps with Neurological Development for Brain Injury Patients

      by Katie Kelley - 2008-09-30
      A study recently published in an August edition of Medical Hypotheses found that music therapy can benefit patients with neuropsyhciatric disorders often caused by a traumatic brain injury accident.A...
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      Victims of a Train Accident May be at Risk for Brain Injury

      by Katie Kelley - 2008-10-06
      Copyright (c) 2008 Katie KelleyThe recent California train accident in which several died and dozens were injured puts into question the safety surrounding trains as a leading transportation. Accordi...
    • 8.

      Tbi Side Effects Severely Affecting Athletes

      by Katie Kelley - 2008-10-07
      Copyright (c) 2008 Katie KelleyNews reports have recently found that professional athletes and sports players may be suffering from unintended side effects from traumatic brain injury (TBI) caused by...
    • 9.

      Train Accidents Can Cause Brain Injuries, Fatalities

      by Katie Kelley - 2008-10-07
      During a three-year period, the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) Office of Safety Analysis reported an increase of train collisions in the United States. The increase, which occurred from June 2...
    • 10.

      Sports Injuries May Cause Increase in Traumatic Brain Injuries

      by Katie Kelley - 2008-10-09
      Professional athletes are paid to win, to entertain, to train and, at times, to endure the brunt of much physical abuse because of their profession. However, several recent studies and news outlets h...