1. Categories: Child Safety & Sports Medicine & First AId

    Rethinking Brain Injuries

    We've discussed concussions and traumatic brain injury (TBI) - especially as it pertains to Youth Sports and Safety. We've even shown you a free concussions app. While we've discussed first aid for concussions and avoidance in the past, the CDC suggests a new focus on reshaping the culture of sports.   A new CDC report provides a snapshot on current...
  2. Categories: Child Safety & Sports Medicine & First AId

    Concussion Safety: Free App!

    We've talked about Concussions and TBI in the past, and especially how it affects Youths in Sports.We shared an article on Concussions, gave you deeper information on Head and Neck Injuries, discussed Treatment for Concussions and TBI, have addressed the concerns during Brain Injury Awareness Month, and spent time addressing Head and Neck Injuries in Youth Sports. Now we have a great new Free App...
  3. Categories: Child Safety, First Aid Articles & Sports Medicine & First AId


    While Spring is drawing to an end, school and organized sports may be over in your area, and coaches are for the most part done until Fall - the lessons about concussions and traumatic brain injuries still go on. Parent, especially should consider knowing more, as it is their turn to take on the safety manager roll as kids and...
  4. Categories: First Aid Articles

    Brain Injury Awareness Month

    In recognition of Brain Injury Awareness Month, CDC Injury Center encourages you to spread the word about ways to prevent traumatic brain injury—or TBI—to help safeguard the health of all Americans. A TBI is caused by a bump, blow or jolt to the head and can affect how a person feels, thinks, acts, and learns. A TBI not only impacts...
  5. Categories: First Aid Articles, Health Tips & Info News

    Treatment for Concussions and TBI?

    The term “mild brain injury” can be misleading. The term “mild” is used in reference to the severity of the initial physical trauma that caused the injury. It does not indicate the severity of the consequences of the injury. A case of mild traumatic brain injury is an occurrence of injury to the head resulting from blunt trauma or acceleration or deceleration forces...

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