How to Handle a Concussion

By Anne Russo, PhD
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A concussion is a traumatic brain injury and should always be taken seriously. While in the past, athletes in particular would be encouraged to “walk it off,” current research demonstrates the dangers of this practice. Here's what you SHOULD do in the event of a concussion (and how to recognize that you have one).

Intermountain Moms Winter Fun Staycation Giveaway

By Intermountain Healthcare
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Need a short getaway? Enter Intermountain Moms’ Winter Fun Staycation Giveaway, where you could win a weekend adventure in Park City, Utah! Prize includes an overnight stay at Marriott’s Mountainside Resort in Park City, a winter activity pass to Rocky Mountain Recreation of Utah, and dinner at the Cheesecake Factory!

Alternative Communication Ideas for Individuals With Autism

By Jonel Condra
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Many individuals on the autism spectrum do not even have the use of basic gestures to help them get their needs across. They may rely on more primitive gestures such as grabbing, pulling and reaching toward wanted items. This puts a lot of pressure on the communication partner to come up with what the individual is trying to communicate, so learn some alternative ways in which you can do so.