Traumatic brain injury

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The New York Times › Lifestyle › 32 minutes ago
The Tony Award winning actress reads an essay about a traumatic brain injury and the stranger it left behind.
The New York Times › 7 hours ago
One was in “Game of Thrones.” One is still in high school. They all act and play instruments. And in a new show they portray scrappy Dubliners creating a band.
CBS News › 3 days ago
The former New England Patriot with three Super Bowl rings says, since leaving the game, his lifestyle now involves a special nutrition program, physical therapy, and jigsaw puzzles
The Boston Globe › Sports › 4 days ago
A court deemed Pavelich mentally ill and dangerous, and ultimately incapable of standing trial for a felony assault charge.
UPI › 5 days ago
If you have a neurological disorder, a video chat with your doctor might be as good as an office visit for checking on your condition.
The New York Times › Sports › 5 days ago
Former rugby players in New Zealand are being asked to donate their brains to research when they die as part of a study aimed at learning about the long-term effects of concussion and head injuries from contact sports.
The Guardian › Technology › 6 days ago
US experts report sharp increase in mobile casualties since rise of the iPhone in 2007
New York Post › 6 days ago
Mark Pavelich, 61, of Lutsen, was charged with felony assault in August for allegedly beating a friend with a metal pole, breaking several bones.
USA Today › Sports › 6 days ago
Mark Pavelich, a 1980 U.S. Olympian, was charged with felony assault in August for allegedly beating a friend with a metal pole.
Daily Mail Online › Lifestyle › 6 days ago
Scientists in at UC Berkeley and Gen-Gurion University of the Negev discovered that albumin seeps through leaky blood-brain barriers to trigger inflammation. But they're making a drug to stop it.
Daily Mail Online › 1 week ago
Mark Bloomfield, 54, was killed by martial arts fighter Colin Payne in an attack at a pub in Swansea, South Wales, on July 18 this year, a court heard. Payne admitted manslaughter but denies murder.
The Sydney Morning Herald › Sports › 1 week ago
Stephanie Gilmore is in hot pursuit of an eighth world championship but admits she would have loved to have seen Tyler Wright win the Maui Pro.
The Guardian › 1 week ago
Experts say TBI could be consequence or cause of homelessness
Mirror Online › 1 week ago
Adam Ashby, from Maidstone, Kent, fell head-first onto a patio and died. His fiancee Abi, 27, is now going through the painful process of cancelling her wedding dress and caterers
Chicago Tribune › 1 week ago
Shout Out with Andrew Calhoun, a Barrington resident whose personal health challenges led to him staring his own wellness company.
Telegraph › Sports › 1 week ago
Sportswomen in the UK are being encouraged to pledge their brains to research in a landmark initiative aimed at uncovering possible gender differences in the development of neurological diseases.
CNN › 1 week ago
The University of Central Florida has placed a sorority on interim suspension following allegations of hazing and alcohol misconduct.
Mirror Online › 1 week ago
Craig Duckett, 32, became hooked on alcohol and drugs after a traumatic brain injury - hours before his death police were called twice to his parents' Banbury home over fears for his life
Metro › 1 week ago
Craig Duckett, 28, struggled with drink and drugs after suffering a traumatic brain injury in 2011.
Daily Mail Online › 1 week ago
Craig Duckett, 32, slashed his wrists with a Stanley knife and threatened to kill himself when he came to the family home in Banbury, Oxfordshire, in July this year. His parents thought he was on drugs.
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