Latest head trauma Stories
PINEHURST, N.C., Nov.
After several mental health related tragedies involving active and retired professional athletes, there has been a massive public outcry for all sports to take measures to prevent their players from incurring brain-jarring concussions.
Much of the devastation of stroke and head trauma is due to damage caused the overproduction of a substance in the brain called glutamate.
A simple test performed at the sideline of sporting events can accurately detect concussions in athletes.
According to research presented Monday at the American College of Emergency Physicians' annual meeting in Boston, publicity surrounding the death of actress Natasha Richardson after a head injury triggered a 73% increase in emergency room visits for head trauma.
Research provides new guidelines to identify children with mild injuries and reduce radiation exposure from CT.
ENCINO, Calif., Aug.
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