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Improving Memory Problems With Coconuts?

It is possible that the MCTs are processed in the brain due to issues with the metabolism. Long term use may not bring the same result. The oil’s medium chain fatty acids, or MCFAs also offer a potential benefit, also being found in breast milk. Continue reading

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The Elements of a Brain Injury Wrongful Death Suit

  Every year, thousands die from wrongful deaths of various brain injuries. As a result, many survivors are put in a position where their lives and security suffer, financially and otherwise in addition to the already high emotional price paid. … Continue reading

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Brain Injury Wrongful Deaths: Helping the Survivors Regain their Lost Security

Yes, it is true, a neurological brain injury can easily lead to a wrongful death.  Christopher Reeves comes to mind.  Here was a man who became quadriplegic after falling from a horse.  although his brain itself was not damaged, his … Continue reading

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TBI is Linked to Higher Risk for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

As a Clearwater traumatic brain injury attorney, I am often retained to represent individuals who have sustained a mild traumatic brain injury or closed head trauma.  A traumatic brain injury is defined by medical practitioners as an injury to the … Continue reading

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Tips From A Chicago Medical Malpractice Lawyer To Help Elvaluate A Cerebral Palsy Case

Learning that your child has cerebral palsy can invoke a range of emotions that include fear, anger and an uncertain outlook for the child’s future. Even if you suspect that your child’s condition is the result of medical malpractice, it can … Continue reading

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How Gamma AminoButyric Acid Affects the Brain

Michael Ehline, Brain Injury Attorney GABA, is Gamma Aminobutyric acid, which is considered the second neurotransmitter chemical in the brain of humans. This is an inhibitory neurotransmitter responsible for calming and reducing activity of neurotransmitters. In order to promote GABA … Continue reading

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Study Proves Cognitive Brain Activity Varies from Moment to Moment

Brain graph We have a lot of injury attorneys on our show from time to time. They all indicate that the damaged brain is unpredictable. But what about a normal brain? Recently a Finnish study research group found that human … Continue reading

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NFL players take League to court over head injuries

So I was speaking to a buddy of mine, Seth Price, a brain attorney, about the NFL head injuries cases. This recent public issue raises some really important contract issues, that law students and informed Americans all need to be … Continue reading

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Can Patients Sue Who May Have been Exposed to Fatal Brain Disease?

According to officials the eight New Hampshire patients range in age from their mid-30’s to their mid-80s. Due to privacy laws health officials have not provided any other identifying information about the eight patients. Continue reading

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Brain Injuries Sustained In Car Accidents Must Be Treated Immediately

Neither of these scans will detect the existence of a traumatic brain injury due to the fact that most traumatic brain injuries involve very subtle damage to tissue as well as chemical changes that occur in the brain in response to the injury. Continue reading

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