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What the ability to 'get the gist' says about your brain

(Center for BrainHealth ) Many who have a chronic traumatic brain injury (TBI) report struggling to solve problems, understand complex information and maintain friendships, despite scoring normally on cognitive tests. New research from...Show More Summary

New Test May Quickly Identify Mild Traumatic Brain Injury with Underlying Brain Damage

A new test using peripheral vision reaction time could lead to earlier diagnosis and more effective treatment of mild traumatic brain injury, often referred to as a concussion.

‘You Look Great!’ — Life With A Traumatic Brain Injury

Invisible injuries are often dismissed by those who don’t truly understand. The post ‘You Look Great!’ — Life With A Traumatic Brain Injury appeared first on The Good Men Project.

The Fosters: Jesus' Injury Will "Test the Family's Bond"

It's been a very traumatic few weeks for the Adams-Foster family on The Fosters. Jesus (Noah Centineo) woke up from his medically induced coma after a fight with Nick (Louis Hunter) triggered his traumatic brain injury, but it's apparent that the family's middle son has a very long road ahead to... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Fosters

The mechanics of cavitation-induced injury lend a better understanding of blast traumatic brain injuries

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a largely silent epidemic that affects roughly two million people each year, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But the scale at which blast TBI (bTBI) injuries—in the spotlight as the signature wound of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan—occur and manifest is unknown.

The Fosters Mega Buzz: What Effect Has the Brain Injury Had on Jesus?

Jesus (Noah Centineo) has made it through brain surgery and woken up from his medically induced coma on The Fosters, but there's still the lingering question of how his traumatic brain injury (TBI) will affect him going forward. The most obvious effects are physical ones -- he has to relearn how to... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Fosters

Medical News Today: What are the effects of traumatic brain injury in children?

New research investigates the long-term effects of traumatic brain injury on children, as well as the importance of family in aiding recovery.

Studies uncover long-term effects of traumatic brain injury

(Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center) Doctors are beginning to get answers to the question that every parent whose child has had a traumatic brain injury wants to know: What will my child be like 10 years from now?

Minnesotans With Disabilities Lobby for Reduction of Medicaid Spend-Down

Crunching the numbers doesn't add up. This group of citizens advocates for those with traumatic brain injury. The post Minnesotans With Disabilities Lobby for Reduction of Medicaid Spend-Down appeared first on The Good Men Project.

VA-Defense study aims to track mild traumatic brain injury over decades

(Veterans Affairs Research Communications) Veterans Affairs and Defense researchers are enrolling at least 1,100 service members and veterans who fought in Iraq or Afghanistan to learn more about mild traumatic brain injury and how it can be best evaluated, and perhaps prevented and treated.

New study shows GFAP and UCH-L1 are not useful biomarkers for diagnosing mild traumatic brain injury

(Mary Ann Liebert, Inc./Genetic Engineering News) In patients who suffered acute orthopedic injuries, two proposed biomarkers for mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) were not able to distinguish between patients who did or did not have mTBI.

The Relationship Quarterback tackles Social Justice, Children’s Naps, and Traumatic Brain Injury

He is all about equality for all those deep in the struggle. The post The Relationship Quarterback tackles Social Justice, Children’s Naps, and Traumatic Brain Injury appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Skull-Cracking the Case of my Severe Concussion

After suffering a traumatic brain injury, this patient found that functional neurology helped her quality of life return. The post Skull-Cracking the Case of my Severe Concussion appeared first on The Good Men Project.

NIH Awards $21 Million to Research Consortium to Study Epilepsy in Patients with Traumatic Brain Injuries

An international consortium of academic research institutions have been awarded a $21 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to develop better ways to prevent epilepsy in patients who have suffered traumatic brain injuries.

NIH awards $21 million to research consortium to study epilepsy in patients with traumatic brain injuries

(Albert Einstein College of Medicine) An international consortium of academic research institutions have been awarded a $21 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to develop better ways to prevent epilepsy in patients who have suffered traumatic brain injuries.

Kevin Pearce finds acceptance, peace at X Games

Kevin Pearce still feels effects of a traumatic brain injury he suffered seven years ago.        

Triathlete counts traumatic brain injury as ‘blessing’

The new year is often about losing weight, finally taking a meditation class or perhaps launching a new job search but here’s a resolution to add, compliments of David Musicant — find miracles in the worst moments. The 51-year-old Franklin Lakes, N.J., man is an admitted Type A, nailing it in private...

Research: Aerobic exercise shows promise for treatment of wounded warriors with mild traumatic brain

(University of Kansas) Mild traumatic brain injury in soldiers triggers a buildup of amyloid plaque and tau tangles, which are the hallmark brain lesions of Alzheimer's disease.

Healing From Traumatic Brain Injury With Yoga

You don’t understand yoga’s true, full potential until you’ve gone through a life-changing physical trauma. The post Healing From Traumatic Brain Injury With Yoga appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Helmet sensors to record blast exposure in at-risk soldiers

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Explosions in the battlefield can cause all sorts of injuries that are immediately apparent, but they can also cause ones that are not. Soldiers exposed to blast pressure and shock waves can go on to develop traumatic brain injury well after the danger of more visible damage has passed. Show More Summary

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