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School teaches spinal cord injury prevention to Third graders

"You'll never be able to walk again" is something no New Haven resident ever wants to hear. Unfortunately, this is a reality for many people suffering from spinal cord injuries. Bound to a wheelchair for the rest of one's life is a harsh price to pay. Most spinal cord injuries are preventable, and may be caused by the negligence of another. Often times, victims of drunk drivers have to endure life-long paralysis for the recklessness of another.

16-year-old may walk again after spinal cord injury

One of the worst places to suffer an injury is in the spinal cord, which sends out signals from the brain to the body. A severe enough injury can put someone in a wheel chair for the rest of his or her life. For many New Haven residents, a spinal cord injury can devastate their lives. However, for one teenager, the future is bright with recovery.

Water-tubing may cause traumatic brain injury

The brain is the most vital organ of the body; the body cannot function without it. A traumatic brain injury can lead to paralysis, permanent disability or even death of the victim. Although the terms "traumatic brain injury" and "head injury" are used interchangeably, head injury is a broader term, which encompasses other injuries like skull fracture and scalp damage.

Progesterone treatments bring hope to brain injury victims

Victims of traumatic brain injury are often left hopeless given their prognosis. Consequences, including mental and physical impairments, can be severe and lasting. For many families, it is difficult to know where to turn or how to adapt to life with a physical or mental disability. Now, victims of brain injury caused by car accidents, falls or other trauma may find hope in a hormonal brain injury remedy.

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