TBI In the News: Woodpeckers Could Prevent Sporting Brain Injuries
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TBI In the News: Woodpeckers Could Prevent Sporting Brain Injuries

Bernadette Coleman - March 15, 2016

The woodpecker is best known for its ability to use its beak to smash repeatedly into thick trees. Scientists began to ask, “How do they do this without…

If I Can’t Donate Financially to TBI Research, How Else Can I Help?
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If I Can’t Donate Financially to TBI Research, How Else Can I Help?

Bernadette Coleman - February 25, 2016

For many Americans, times have been tough financially. Financial strain can often prevent those who typically donate money to the causes they feel passionate about from doing so.…

The Basics of TBIs and the NFL
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The Basics of TBIs and the NFL

Bernadette Coleman - February 24, 2016

Football season may be over for the year, but the concussions experienced by many NFL Football players will have effects that long outlast the Super Bowl. The different…

Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness: How to Educate Others
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Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness: How to Educate Others

Bernadette Coleman - February 11, 2016

The short and long term impacts of a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) can affect both the individual who experienced the injury, their family members, and friends. Often…

TBI: Some Surprising Statistics
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TBI: Some Surprising Statistics

Bernadette Coleman - February 9, 2016

A traumatic brain injury(TBI) is a blow to the head that disrupts the function of the brain. Not all hits to the head result in a TBI. Injuries…

The Internet as a Resource for TBI Patients and Their Families
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The Internet as a Resource for TBI Patients and Their Families

Bernadette Coleman - January 26, 2016

The Internet is an excellent resource for a wide range of medical information, including traumatic brain injury. There is a wealth of information, personal stories, and more…

What’s the Glasgow Coma Scale?
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What’s the Glasgow Coma Scale?

Bernadette Coleman - January 11, 2016

The most common way to describe a person’s level of consciousness is called the Glasgow Coma Scale. It is the most common way to describe the level…

3 Myths About Concussions
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3 Myths About Concussions

Bernadette Coleman - December 11, 2015

There are many misconceptions and myths about concussions. These incorrect assumptions can lead to misdiagnosis or a misled understanding about the condition. Knowing the signs, symptoms, and…

4 Ways to Avoid Slip-and-Falls This Winter
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4 Ways to Avoid Slip-and-Falls This Winter

Bernadette Coleman - December 9, 2015

When you have suffered from a traumatic brain injury, winter may seem more dangerous than any other season. With slick ice on the ground, you may feel…

The Relationship Between TBI and Dementia
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The Relationship Between TBI and Dementia

Bernadette Coleman - December 3, 2015

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