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Brain Injuries Shown to Have Lasting Impact
Brain Injuries Shown to Have Lasting Impact

A recent study has shown a direct link between sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI) as a child, and prolonged effects on attention span and intelligence. Children often sustain TBIs as the result of car accidents, sports injuries, or bike accidents. The effects of TBIs ...

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Blog posts in Brain Injuries

  • Motorcycle Safety Tips

    Hawaii news reports that Maui police are investigating a Makawao moped accident that nearly killed a 36-year-old Hawaii man. According to reports, the ...

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  • Traumatic Brain Injury Linked With Increased Risk Of Stroke

    A recent brain injury study reports that within three months of sustaining a traumatic brain injury (TBI), an individual's risk of stroke may increase ...

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  • NCAA Head Injury Lawsuit Settles

    Hawaii News reports that the NCAA has just settled the massive traumatic brain injury lawsuit filed by current and former college athletes. A recent ...

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  • Brain Injuries May Require A Lifetime of Care

    According to Hawaii News, this week marks the 20 th year that the Kona Brain Injury Support Group has been in existence. The group provides supports ...

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  • Bike Sharing Initiatives May Increase Risk Of Head Injuries

    A popular initiative in many cities – bike sharing – has had an unanticipated result. The number of head and brain injuries has dramatically ...

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  • Connection Found Between Traumatic Brain Injuries and Homelessness

    A recent study has reached a startling conclusion - that nearly half of all homeless men have suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) in the past. For ...

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  • Former University Of Hawaii Football Star Diagnosed With Traumatic Brain Injury

    The Honolulu Star Advertiser reports that former University of Hawaii starting quarterback Colt Brennan has been diagnosed with a traumatic brain ...

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