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The president of the US knocked NFL on rules: ‘Concussions — ‘Uh oh, got a little ding on the head?’ in 2016, and calling the rules “soft”.
A head injury is basically any sort of injury to your brain, skull, or scalp. With me, we were hit by a minivan, and I was under the van. However, anything that hits your head can result in an injury.
As Will Smith made evident, concussions are more than a “bump on the head”, way more. What’s also unusual is that a concussion can be received with impact to another part of the body, not even the head. What’s also unusual is that a concussion can be received with impact to another part of the […]
I can’t drive (well, legally that is), but thanks to the benefits that I’ve got, because I was working for the government, what I’m able to get is pretty awesome. I’ve got 2 scooters, because of what I need them for. The first, and most significant, factor that needs to be addressed is the weather. […]
Oh man, this year is going to be better than awesome! That’s because the “Beware Brain Bang Foundation” will become a registered non-profit and charity. It’s been a bit of a journey from organizing an annual walk with volunteers, and into gathering Board members to form a new group. We are working on how we […]
Yes, alcohol can help cause a significant number of Acquired Brain Injuries, but it’s the person who uses it, not the store. The store, brand new this year, is fully accessible, a far cry from the previous location.
I’ve heard, that while the damage to my brain was significant, that changes can be worked on, and with focus, achieved. A few years ago, when my aunt would basically tell everyone other than who was speaking, to be quiet, I became determined to improve.
Doing something for someone, without being asked, is usually somewhat insulting.
Guess who was invited to be at the induction ceremony? ME! Yes, that’s right, me.