Congress recently passed a bill that would provide additional federal funding for traumatic brain injury research and initiatives.
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Older veterans who have suffered a traumatic brain injury are much more likely to experience dementia or develop Alzheimer’s disease, a new study found.
A new study shows a person’s blood pressure in old age could have potential impacts on their brain, and even cause damage.
Athletes and coaches are still often unsure when it is truly safe for a player to return to the game after suffering a concussion.
Twenty minutes can make a big impact on a brain injury victim.
Molecules in the brain called free radicals are associated with traumatic brain injury, and one researcher has used advanced magnetic resonance imagining (MRI) to detect them.
As mobile technology becomes more commonplace, companies are developing creative and new ways to use it.
The federal government is getting involved in spreading awareness of the growing issue of head injuries in sports.
Two organizations in the United States will receive millions in federal funding to develop brain implants to treat combat veterans who suffer traumatic brain injury and other complications like post-traumatic stress disorder.
People who suffer from mild cognitive impairment, which may be caused by a brain injury, have a higher death rate than those without thinking or memory problems, a new study stated.
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- Lawmakers support TBI research efforts, advocate for brain injury funding July 7, 2014
- Dementia more common in vets with TBI, study finds July 7, 2014
- Blood pressure levels can cause brain damage in later years, study states June 30, 2014
- UA focuses on concussion diagnosis in new study June 16, 2014
- Social workers help TBI patients recover June 12, 2014
- Researcher studies volatile behavior in young TBI patients August 1, 2013
- Video games serve as therapy for TBI patients September 23, 2013
- Researchers look for connection between TBI and dementia September 20, 2013
- USC researchers use patches to measure head impacts September 18, 2013
- High school football player dies after head injury September 18, 2013