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White Marine Attacked by Racist Black Mike Brown Mob Struggling to Recover from Brain Injury

Former U.S. Marine Ralph Weems suffered traumatic brain damage when he was attacked by a mob of racist, black supporters of Mike Brown, the criminal teen who was killed by

Wounds of war that never heal

last weekHealth : The Checkup

Scientists have discovered what a traumatic brain injury, or TBI, suffered by a quarter-million combat veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan looks like, and it’s unlike anything they’ve seen before: a honeycomb pattern of broken connections, primarily in the frontal lobes, our emotional control center and the seat of our personality.Read full article >>

MLS to Adopt New Technology to Curb Concussions in Soccer

2 weeks agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

A mild traumatic brain injury, commonly referred to as a concussion, is most commonly defined as a head injury that results in temporary loss of brain function. Concussions have been quite visible in the press over the last decade, after … Continue reading ?

How feasible is a blood test for brain injury?

Complications involving the brain's unique waste removal system, which has only recently been brought to light, may thwart efforts to identify biomarkers that detect traumatic brain injury (TBI). That is because proteins that are triggered by brain damage are prevented from reaching the blood system in levels necessary for a precise diagnosis. read more

New Recommendations for Return to Activity after Concussion in Military Personnel

Military service members with mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI), or concussion, should follow a six-step process of progressive activity, leading to return to active duty, according to new clinical recommendations by an expert panel. Show More Summary

Non-Profit Matches Veterans With Therapy Dogs for Life Changing Support

K9s For Warriors is dedicated to providing service dogs to warriors suffering from post-traumatic stress and/or traumatic brain injury as a result of their military service (post 9/11). Their goal is to give a new "leash" on life to both rescue dogs and to military vets who were injured - helping them live with independence and dignity. Show More Summary

Paws & Stripes Pairs Veterans and Shelter Dogs

Share this image For soldiers, the battles don't always stop when they return home. For many, it's the beginning of an entirely new war: one with the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injury (TBI).Show More Summary

The Futility of Progesterone for Traumatic Brain Injury (but hope for the future)

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a serious public health problem that affects about 1.5 million people per year in the US, with direct and indirect medical costs of over $50 billion. Rapid intervention to reduce the risk of death and disability is crucial. Show More Summary

Mouthguards, Magnets And Smart Helmets Are Putting The Brakes On Traumatic Brain Injuries

On beautiful green fields around the U.S., college and professional football players are facing up to 100Gs of rapid deceleration from helmet-to-helmet collisions each week. The result? Concussions and, sometimes, permanent brain injury. Read More

War veterans: Researchers point to impact of combined brain injury, PTSD

Researchers have exposed new information about the combined cognitive effects of mild traumatic brain injury and posttraumatic stress disorder in war veterans. Results of a study suggest that veterans suffering from both conditions have poorer cognitive and psychological outcomes than veterans diagnosed with only one of the conditions. Show More Summary

Dolly Parton -- Dollywood Sued After Woman Suffers Brain Injury on Swing Ride

A Tennessee couple says they came to Dolly Parton's Dollywood for entertainment -- what they got was a traumatizing experience that left one of them with lasting brain damage and broken bones.Tedi and Derryl Brown claim in a new lawsuit…

Researchers Point to Impact of Combined Brain Injury and PTSD in War Veterans

University of Kentucky researchers have exposed new information about the combined cognitive effects of mild traumatic brain injury and posttraumatic stress disorder in war veterans.

Brain injury patient wakes up after taking sedative

Scientists were stunned when a man with a traumatic brain injury unexpectedly woke up after being administered a sedative.

Blood biomarker predicts presence of intracranial lesions following mild traumatic brain injury

In cases of traumatic brain injury (TBI), predicting the likelihood of a cranial lesion and determining the need for head computed tomography (CT) can be aided by measuring markers of bone injury in the blood. The results of a new study comparing the usefulness of two biomarkers released into the blood following a TBI are presented in Journal of Neurotrauma. read more

Patient awakes from post-traumatic minimally conscious state after administration of depressant drug

A patient who had suffered a traumatic brain injury unexpectedly recovered full consciousness after the administration of midazolam, a mild depressant drug of the GABA A agonists family. This resulted in the first recorded case of an "awakening" from a minimally-conscious state (MCS) using this therapy. Show More Summary

Patient awakes from post-traumatic minimally conscious state after administration of depressant drug

Amsterdam, NL, December 12, 2014 - A patient who had suffered a traumatic brain injury unexpectedly recovered full consciousness after the administration of midazolam, a mild depressant drug of the GABA A agonists family. This resulted in the first recorded case of an "awakening" from a minimally-conscious state (MCS) using this therapy. Show More Summary

One in 6 Ontario adults say they've had a traumatic brain injury in their lifetime

TORONTO, Dec. 11, 2014 -- Nearly seventeen per cent of adults surveyed in Ontario said they have suffered a traumatic brain injury that left them unconscious for five minutes or required them to be hospitalized overnight, according to new research. Show More Summary

Progesterone offers no significant benefit in traumatic brain injury clinical trial

Treatment of acute traumatic brain injury with the hormone progesterone provides no significant benefit to patients when compared with placebo, a NIH-funded phase III clinical trial has concluded. The results are scheduled for publication Dec. 10 in the New England Journal of Medicine. read more

Study concludes that progesterone administered to severe TBI patients, showed no benefit

A study concluded that after five days of treatment with a novel formulation of progesterone acutely administered to patients with severe traumatic brain injury (TBI), showed no clinical benefits. The paper entitled, "A Clinical Trial of Progesterone for Severe Traumatic Brain Injury," will be published online in The New England Journal of Medicine, December 10, 2014. read more

Brain injury researchers find retrieval practice improves memory in youth with tbi

Brain injury researchers have identified retrieval practice as a useful strategy for improving memory among children and adolescents with traumatic brain injury, researchers have found. Difficulties with memory and learning are common after TBI in childhood. Show More Summary

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