A new study said the brain will continue to show signs of damage months after a person has experienced a concussion.
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Doctors in Israel say they have evidence a certain type of therapy can repair traumatic brain injury patients.
A high school football player in Arizona died Nov. 11 from a brain injury after suffering a blow to the head during a game just two days before, The Associated Press reported.
A startup company located in the Chicago area is developing a new portable brain-mapping technology that can contribute to improved brain injury detection and treatment of young athletes who suffer a concussion.
A new study shows brain injury prevention methods may be effective as fewer patients suffering from a head injury are being declared “brain dead.”
A new study published in the latest issue of Neurosurgery shows U.S. hospitals vary their treatment methods on children with traumatic brain injury.
Researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine and the university’s Curry School of Education will study 130 student athletes in three different sports over the next year to better understand head impacts and brain injuries they experience.
The University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom is leading a study that will focus on what happens to the brain once an athlete has suffered a concussion.
Vitamin E can improve brain health, but the nutrient is often overlooked, a doctor recently told Nutraingredients.
U.S. veterans who experienced head trauma during combat can also suffer from epilepsy.
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- Signs of brain abnormalities months after concussion, study reveals November 21, 2013
- Researchers tout benefits of HBOT for TBI patients November 21, 2013
- Arizona high schooler dies from TBI after game injury November 19, 2013
- Chicago-area startup develops new technology for brain injuries November 19, 2013
- Rate of brain injuries progressing to brain death has declined November 13, 2013
- Department of Defense emphasizes dangers of mild TBI July 2, 2013
- Researcher studies volatile behavior in young TBI patients August 1, 2013
- Mild blast injuries causes brain to undergo changes similar to Alzheimer’s disease August 1, 2013
- Study in mice might lead to better TBI treatment August 2, 2013
- VA struggles with TBI among vets August 9, 2013