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.

Eradicating Hepatitis C: New Research Points to a Cure for this Deadly Disease

By Jason M Carlton

More than three million Americans and nearly 200 million people worldwide are infected with hepatitis C, a deadly virus that affects the liver. The good news is that hepatitis C is now curable, meaning that after treatment, the virus no longer exists in a person.