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DUI Suspect Who Hit Family Has Been Deported 15 Times Before

An illegal immigrant suspected of crashing into a California family while driving drunk has been deported more than a dozen times since 2002, according to federal immigration officials. 253 more words

Student Veterans: Classroom Role Models

Dr. Patti and I talk about adult learners returning to school. One group is the student veteran. According to one source, 74% of all undergraduate students are veterans, work full time, attend school part time, have dependents, and are a single caregivers. 561 more words


24 April 2007 - 24 April 2017

I’m feeling some anticipatory trauma, if there is such a thing, as we approach the tenth anniversary of the mishap which would, soon thereafter, take the life of my brother Craig. 240 more words


Brain Help. So much to read and our brains are fogged.


This story is amazing. What would our world be like if we could “think straight”.  Strokes, brain trauma, alcoholism, Attention Deficit leads to a fallen people.  23 more words

Daily Thought

Can Technology Alone Solve the “Concussion Crisis”?

*Written by Matt Ventresca and cross-posted from Engaging Sports*

The media conversation surrounding sport’s ongoing “concussion crisis” took an interesting turn in early December 2016. 1,304 more words

Blog Posts

DEA Just Quietly Removed Document About Marijuana Health Risks From Website

By Jack Burns | The Free Thought Project

The Drug Enforecment Agency (DEA) quietly removed a 45-page document from its website which had long been criticized for stating inaccuracies and making false statements about cannabis. 849 more words


TBI Isn't Just Phineas: Meet Civil War Veteran Jacob Miller

So much attention has been given to Phineas Gage (and rightfully so) that it’s easy to lose sight of others who have been impacted by traumatic brain injury. 151 more words

Notes And Homework