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Tag Archives: traumatic brain injury

Cerebral Palsy Increases Risk of Anxiety and Depression

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Adults who have cerebral palsy face a heightened risk of suffering from depression and anxiety, according to a recent study, which was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Neurology. Researchers at the University of Surrey in Guildford, England, over six years followed individuals who had cerebral palsy without intellectual disability and […]

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Concussions and Car Accidents: Four Things You Need to Know

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Concussions are head injuries that are fairly common after a car accident. In fact, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states that about 14 percent of all concussions or traumatic brain injuries occur as a result of car accidents. Concussions are not minor injuries. Recent studies have shown that they have the […]

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FDA Approves Blood Test to Diagnose Traumatic Brain Injuries

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 The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a blood test that may revolutionize the diagnosis in traumatic brain injuries. According to the American Council on Science and Health, the test, which is called a Brain Trauma Indicator, is marketed by Banyan Biomarkers Inc. This test may soon replace what is currently used to […]

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Man Seriously Injured in Bicycle Accident

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 A 60-year-old man sustained serious injuries in a bicycle accident after a U.S. Postal Service truck struck him while he was riding his bike in North Lindenhurst. According to a news report on Patch.com, the man was crossing Route 109 when the truck traveling southbound on Straight Path attempted to make a left turn onto […]

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Study Shows Helmeted Riders Have Less Severe Injuries in Bicycle Accidents

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 Helmeted bicycle riders have a 58 percent reduced risk of suffering a traumatic brain injury after an accident compared to bicyclists who don’t wear helmets. Researchers at the University of Arizona in Tucson analyzed the records of 6,267 patients who had a traumatic brain injury after a bicycle accident. Among the group of patients who […]

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Study Findings May Lead to Improved Outcomes for Brain Injury Patients

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 The findings of a recent study on traumatic brain injury suggest more effective methods that may change the way patients are treated. According to a report in good4utah.com, the six-year study featured 2,100 patients and involved 10 hospitals. Now, doctors and therapists have hard evidence backing up several new ways to improve patient outcomes. The […]

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