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The Fault in Our NFL Stars

By David Adamson

While channel-surfing the night before Super Bowl 52 early in February, I happened upon the movie “Concussion,” a biopic about… 1,558 more words

ASHWAGANDHA: Wonder Herb Used in Ancient Ayurvedic Medicine Supports Mental Health

Ashwagandha is a wonder herb that has been used for thousands of years in Ayurvedic medicine.  It has phenomenal importance in the treatment of Mental Illness, especially for anxiety and  stress relief,  as an anti-depressant, for the treatment of mood disorders, as a neuroprotective, anti-inflammatory and in  prevention of degenerative diseases.    846 more words

Police: Man, 21, Arrested After Baby Suffers Brain Trauma

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A 21-year-old Buffalo, Minnesota man is in custody after a 6-month-old baby suffered brain trauma that was not accidental.

According to Waite Park police, officers responded Tuesday at 10:12 a.m. 95 more words

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First Blood Test To Help Diagnose Brain Injuries Gets OK In U.S.

CHICAGO (AP) — The first blood test to help doctors diagnose traumatic brain injuries has won U.S. government approval.

The move means Banyan Biomarkers can commercialize its test, giving the company an early lead in the biotech industry’s race to find a way to diagnose concussions. 605 more words

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Understanding traumatic brain injury

“This made no sense to me, probably because I speak English and never had a brain injury .”  — Tiny Fey

You’ve just spent the night in the emergency room. 1,057 more words

Hast Thou Considered the Woodpecker?

Woodpeckers are brain damaged.

Humans have long thought that Woodpeckers have had biological safeguards against brain trauma. This may seem a redundant statement, considering that they’ve made a living out of bashing their heads against logs. 484 more words

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18-04 Segment 2: TBI's and Personality Change

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Traumatic brain injuries, even mild ones, may product cognitive and personality changes months later, when that “bump on the head” has been forgotten. An expert explains these injuries and how to prevent some of the consequences. 104 more words

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