Brain Injury

A brain injury can lead to long-term treatment

When a person suffers a brain injury, such as in a motor vehicle accident, it takes time to determine what the future holds. No two people recover in the same manner. Furthermore, no two people suffer the exact same type of injury. There are times when a brain injury leads to long-term treatment. There is

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Maryland entrepreneur hopes to prevent brain injuries

A brain injury, regardless of the cause, can be extremely serious. This can lead to a variety of issues, including but not limited to difficulty remembering the past, nausea, headaches and much more. Brain Sentry, a company started by a Maryland entrepreneur, is hoping to cut back on the number of brain injuries sustained by

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High Court sides with girl injured at birth

Mistakes during childbirth can present life-altering consequences. Birth injuries, sometimes as a product of medical malpractice, can impair individuals for the rest of their lives. This has been seen with a 13-year-old girl from outside of Maryland state lines. The girl suffers from cerebral palsy, seizures and mental retardation. She was burdened with these conditions

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Will law save Maryland cyclists from brain injuries?

It is probably safe to say that both cyclists and nonriders alike would agree that bike accidents can carry potentially serious injuries. These ramifications could include brain injury, which is especially devastating. This is why wearing a helmet is so important. However, not everyone in Maryland agrees on what laws are needed in order to

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Study: Boxing and brain injuries go hand-in-hand

While it may not be any sort of shocking revelation to Maryland residents, a recent study has documented the tie between a certain type of athlete and a devastating injury. The American Association of Neurological Surgeons recently pointed out that a staggering 90 percent of boxers suffer from brain injuries. While it might appear that

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Researchers say helmet usage can curb brain injuries

The number of teenagers in Maryland and throughout the U.S. who wear bike helmets on a regular basis is almost zero, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That contributes to thousands of personal injuries each year. In fact, doctors in emergency rooms see 153,000 children each year, treating them for head injuries

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