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With so much ever changing information swirling around us about coronavirus it can be quite overwhelming to keep up with. One day you’re told to wipe down groceries before bringing them inside your home. By the next day you learn that maybe that’s not the most critical rule to follow when it comes to keeping…

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When we hear about brain injuries, we typically think of blows to the head, as commonly happen in car accidents, assaults or other severe physical trauma. However, not all brain injuries are caused by a violent external force to the head. Many result from non-traumatic causes, like medical errors, lack of oxygen to the brain,…

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Cerebral edema, or swelling of the brain, can occur after someone experiences a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Brain injuries can happen when the head suffers a blow or hit, a sudden acceleration or stop, or any other type of force injuring the brain. Typically, we see brain injuries and cerebral edema as a result of…

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Adults who suffer a traumatic brain injury (TBI) can incur serious, life-changing consequences, whether the injury is diagnosed as mild, moderate, or severe. Children who sustain these injuries, however, can suffer even greater devastation. Various activities such as bike riding, rollerblading, or any number of sporting activities can leave kids susceptible to sustaining serious head…

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