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Nelson Barry Can Help You in the Aftermath of a Traumatic Brain Injury

As far as personal injury is concerned, brain injuries are among the most severe and potentially deadly conditions from which a person may suffer. Injuries of this nature can come about as a result of an auto accident, assault, medical malpractice (particularly in the context of child
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Not Just For Athletes: Concussions and Permanent Damaging Brain Trauma Can Happen To Anyone

In recent years concussions have been a hot topic of debate.  This is fairly surprising.  After all, it wasn’t that long ago that concussions were a thing to joke and make
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10 Shocking Statistics About Traumatic Brain Injury

If you have suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI), have a loved one that has been impacted by TBI or lost a loved one to a TBI, you may be surprised to learn just how common this type of injury is and how many lives are impacted each year by TBI. Looking at recent information from t
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Brain Injury Support in San Francisco

Your brain is in charge of your every thought, movement and social interaction. When you injure your brain during an accident, such as a slip and fall accident, a car accident, an assault or other blow to the head, it can actually change who you are. Just imagine being the victim of a
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What is a Mild Brain Injury?

While there is plenty of information available concerning traumatic brain injuries, you may not be as familiar with the diagnosis of “mild” brain injury. While the term “mild” seems to imply that the brain injury isn’t serious, don’t be fooled by the label. Mild or minor brain injurie
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Homelessness and Traumatic Brain Injury

California has the highest homeless population in the country. In the San Francisco area, significant numbers of homeless people search to find shelter under bridges or in camps around the city. While food and shelter are a constant struggle, according to new research, San Francisco’s
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Traumatic Brain Injuries Increase Your Risk of Alzheimer’s

Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are an all too common result of many accidents. While traumatic brain injuries can alter lives forever, new research now points to another disturbing outcome for TBI victims. An increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia, is
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Brain Injuries: Types, Causes and Consequences

Your brain is undoubtedly the control center of the body. It controls your ability to walk, talk and breathe. Your brain also controls your emotion, ability to think clearly, behavior and cognitive abilities. For example, the brain is in charge of how you perceive and understand your
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