Year: 2015

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When a student athlete suffers a concussion, he or she may not even realize anything is wrong. But a new mouth guard developed by a brain injury survivor will warn coaches when to take the athlete off the field. Arizona State University graduate, Anthony Gonzales, is no stranger to sport-related…

Imagine driving on the freeway late at night when, suddenly, a pedestrian walks across the highway in front of you. When you are driving at highway speeds, it could be impossible not to hit the walker. That’s what happened to a semi-truck driver near Jackson, Michigan. Pedestrian accidents can be…

Halloween is a fun time for children of all ages. It also greatly increases the number of pedestrians walking along and across residential streets around dusk. Here are some tips for drivers and parents to keep trick-or-treaters safe. When else but Halloween can kids dress up in scary costumes and…

After a serious brain injury in 2014, comedian Tracy Morgan recently returned to TV on Saturday Night Live. The comedian cracked jokes about his injury and taught the nation how to laugh in the midst of recovery. On October 17, 2015, comedian Tracy Morgan made his triumphant return to television…

Auto accident consumer advocates have been pushing for more information from the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA) for years. They have filed numerous Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, but the MCCA has denied them. Now that fight carries on as the Michigan Supreme Court has ruled on the case….

After a traumatic brain injury, you and your family will do everything you can to heal – therapy, treatments, and even surgery. But what you eat – specifically a diet containing a lot of fructose sugar – might be slowing your brain injury recovery down. Researchers at the University of…