With each accident being different, it’s impossible to tell how someone with head injuries will recover completely. Science has advanced in this area to both test for and treat head injuries, but there is still a lot unknown. For that reason, head injuries have been a prominent feature of recent academic and medical research. Did…

When you sustain a traumatic brain injury or a concussion following a vehicle accident, one of the most commonly recommended treatments is to get rest. However, if you have recently sustained a TBI you may find that it is very challenging to get any sleep at night. This can even cause a difficult cycle of…

If you have woken up in the hospital after being out for a few hours or days, it can be overwhelming to hear a doctor tell you that you have sustained a traumatic brain injury. Although these injuries can range from mild to severe, those on the severe end of the spectrum have the potential…

There’s something quintessentially classic – nearly retro – when we think of the YMCA. You may even think of that 70s song so popularly played at weddings across America. But the truth is that the organization is much more than a young men’s club or a cheesy dance tune. According to one local man, the…

When reading a passage from a book, most people can recount the main purpose of the message. To that end, a reader can capture the “gist” or overarching theme from the text read. This, in very simple terms, is reading comprehension. For most of us, we learned this skill in grade school and, over the…

A therapy once considered improbable in treating patients with traumatic brain injuries, a hormone (progesterone) has been getting positive results in preventing brain damage from traumatic brain injuries and stroke. Progesterone is usually thought of as a sex hormone since it occurs in female mammals at higher quantities than males especially during pregnancy and menstruation,…

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