Help For People With Traumatic Brain Injuries New Study Finds Optimal Treatment Methods

By Brady White

A traumatic brain injury occurs when an external force — such as falls, vehicle accidents, and violence — traumatically injures the brain.  Brain injuries are a major cause of disabilities worldwide. Recovering from a traumatic brain injury can be a slow and difficult process, and there has been very little research examining the best rehabilitation methods. Until now.  

A new study published recently by the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine gives new insights into the rehabilitation of this debilitating condition.

If you run, you’re at risk of dehydration; here’s what it is, how it can hurt you, and how you can prevent it

By Lindsay Park, RD, CD, CNSC

About this time every year, people throughout the U.S. contract marathon fever. It affects people old and young and even shuts down city centers for hours at a time. In some cases, a runner picks it up by simply coming into contact with the coveted finisher’s medal.