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the action or result of inflicting loss or pain

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Every year 40,000 children in the UK are left with a brain injury as a result of an accident or illness and many have to live with ongoing, long-term difficulties.
The findings of this study suggest an existence of a time- and dose-dependent risk of developing dementia more than 30 years after traumatic brain injury,' said researchers including Anna Nordstrom from the Umea University in Sweden.
Among those presenting in the hospital for brain injury, about three-fourths have alcohol in their systems at the time, according to SAMHSA.
The hidden effects of brain injury can often lead to misunderstandings and difficulties for survivors.
There's good evidence that allowing a period of time to rest and heal after a mild traumatic brain injury can help prevent re-injury and longstanding symptoms--but we don't know exactly how long the rest should be.
The team helps patients improve co-ordination, mobility and cope with mood and behavioural changes after a brain injury.
We also publish a range of books to help explain brain injury to children.
A total of 435,630 people with traumatic brain injury were studied, along with 736,723 people with trauma with no brain injury.
AN adventure weekend in the great outdoors was giving Teesside brain injury survivors and their families the chance to discover new activities and try out a range of therapies this weekend.
OVER the past 30 years the number of people living with the effects of an acquired brain injury has increased dramatically.
uk) provides comprehensive information and support to the parents and other family members of children who have suffered a brain injury.
Brain Injury Affects the Family Too" on March 21 - This webinar will teach approaches for assisting families whose relative has sustained a brain injury.
WIRRAL-BASED Lees Solicitors is celebrating the success of the Brain Injury Group, after it won an award for innovation and inspiration.
Children who suffer a concussion or other traumatic brain injury are more likely to develop headaches for up to a year after, affecting their performance in school and other activities, a U.
The American Board of Medical Specialties has created two new subspecialties: clinical informatics and brain injury medicine.
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