Posts Tagged ‘Huffington Post’

By On July 12th, 2013

How Is Your TV Making Your Concussion Symptoms Worse?

Only a small percentage of those who suffer a concussion will experience persistent symptoms lasting more than a week, but for those who do endure what is referred to as Post Concussive Syndrome (PCS) the lingering symptoms can be debilitating. While anyone with a concussion can possibly also suffer from PCS, data suggests that teenage…


By On March 26th, 2013

Anxious Parents May Cause Doctors To Order Unneeded Scans

It is important to be concerned about your child’s health, and to take possible concussions seriously, but it appears sometimes being anxious about your child’s well being can cause doctors to order unneeded scans and testing that waste money and other limited resources, as well as possibly exposing children to unnecessary radiation. Researchers from Japan…


By On March 13th, 2013

Doctors Suggest Less Time Spent Healing From Mild TBI

With how much we’re finding out about traumatic brain injury all the time, including newly discovered links to chronic traumatic encephalopathy, also known as CTE, it was only a matter of time before the experts on brain injury would release new guidelines for treating and managing brain injury. An international panel of experts released an…


By On March 4th, 2013

Barbara Walters Returns To The View After Concussion

After six weeks away from the screen, Barbara Walters made her return to the View today. Walters fell and hit her head at the British ambassador’s residence in Washington the night before the inauguration of President Obama in January. According to the Huffington Post, she then discovered she had chicken pox. While I was unaware…


By On November 6th, 2012

When a Day Goes From Normal To Tragic

Even the most life-changing days in a person’s life begin the same – completely ordinary. Just ask Carolyn Roy-Bornstein, the mother of Neil Bornstein, who was run down by a drunk driver in 2003. Ever since that completely normal morning, life has never been the same for her, or anyone in her family. Carolyn is…

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