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Treatment for Amnesia

Marissa Asks:

How do doctors proceed if they suspect amnesia? In my novel, the patient was brought to emergency after being found on the side of the road (in the snow.) The patient shows signs of physical torture: multiple rapes, bruises, lacerations, glass embedded mainly in his hands, hypothermia, and a cold (because obviously my character needs to be ill on top of everything). 722 more words

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Quote of the Day

One of the hardest lessons of life is letting go. Whether it is guilt, anger, love, loss, or betrayal. Change is never easy. We fight to hold on and we fight to let go. 405 more words


Close Up: Frankincense

Welcome back to another essential oil close up!

This week we’re going to focus on Frankincense.

I’m sure pretty much everyone has heard of this oil (although you may not have realised it is an oil and instead just thought it was something from your school nativity days!) 594 more words

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Treatment for Multiple Concussions

This question came to me via my blog comments section.

Melody asks:

I’m working on a hockey injury scenario where it’s the second hit to the head in a matter of a week, with a dull headache that hadn’t really went away to begin with (but he kept it to himself). 334 more words

Brain Injury

It's not as easy

People say happiness is a choice. Let go of the past. Stop thinking. It’s not as easy as it seems. Everyone struggles to choose to be happy. 403 more words


Can I file a brain injury lawsuit on behalf of a loved one?

We’ve got a situation where somebody we really care about, a loved one, a family 162 more words


A man with seaguls

She touches her fingers to his for as long as he will bear them, ‘Hey, I meant to tell you earlier, Poppy painted a picture at nursery today.’ 422 more words