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TBI Patients “Get the Gist” to Show Cognitive Disability

Detecting cognitive impairment in TBI patients can be difficult. But now one study suggests that “gist reasoning” may be the key to identifying TBI patients who will struggle with cognitive disability in everyday life.

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March is National Brain Injury Awareness Month

What does it mean to be one of the millions of Americans who suffer from a traumatic brain injury every year? This March is National Brain Injury Awareness Month, and some top organizers are out to make sure everyone understands what TBI survivors go through every day.

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Canadian Non-Profit Creates TBI Video Game

How do you get kids and teens on board with helmet safety? One Canadian non-profit hopes that its new TBI video game will help.

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Parenting Is Treatment In Childhood Brain Injury

Whether it is a mild concussion or a serious traumatic brain injury, hundreds of thousands of children face head injuries every year. A new study shows that the parenting they receive after the childhood brain injury could make a big difference in children’s long-term outcomes.

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Researchers Study Brain Cells Using MicroHammers

How do you test how brain cells react to impact? Researchers say the answer is to tap them with the world’s tiniest hammers. The information gained could help patients facing traumatic brain injury and other neurological diseases.

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