Doctors throw a lot of highly technical terms around right after a birth, but if you hear the phrase “fetal acidosis” you should listen up. Caused by a lack of oxygen, acidosis occurs when carbonic acid (formed from excess CO2) builds up in the fetus’ blood rather than being passed back to the mother in […]Learn More
Giving birth is one of the most emotional and stressful times in any new parent’s life. We all trust doctors, nurses, and assorted specialists to lead us through the process. Unfortunately, these professionals may lead us astray. In the case of pregnancy and labor, inattention or mistakes can result in lifelong disabilities for the baby. […]Learn More
Brain injuries are some of the scariest to face due to their potential for permanent damage and the long-term results that can be difficult to predict. Signs of brain damage, including irregular MRI scans, are all too common among newborns. Brain injury during birth can result in lifelong disability and make parenting much more time-consuming […]Learn More
Mild traumatic brain injuries (TBI), which are more commonly referred to as concussions, can cause long-term effects to an injury victim’s behavior and cognitive ability if not properly treated. To prevent the complications that can arise from a mild TBI, early detection is essential. A concussion that is detected in a timely manner can be addressed […]Learn More
Summertime signals the heat of baseball season for dedicated sports fans and casual attendees alike. Many baseball spectators bring along a glove in the hopes of catching a foul ball. The excitement of a baseball being hit into the audience can be a fun part of going to a game, as everyone in the section […]Learn More
Football has always been a rough, high-contact sport, but that doesn’t mean the players deserve to suffer brutal, lifelong injuries. Although football has been associated with concussions and traumatic brain injuries for years, it’s only recently that we’ve begun to see the link between football and lasting brain trauma. As a result, more people are […]Learn More
The brain is one of the most complex organs of the body, so it should come as no surprise to learn that brain injuries could cause life-altering damage. Brain injuries vary in severity and can include anything from major hemorrhages to minor concussions. However, determining the severity of an injury isn’t always as simple as it may […]Learn More
Traumatic brain injuries aren’t just common, they can also lead to devastating, if not deadly, problems. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 30% of all injury-related deaths are caused by traumatic brain injuries, which means that roughly 153 people die in the U.S. each day due to traumatic brain injuries. Any […]Learn More
Car accidents can be extremely damaging and can result in serious injuries to the driver, passengers, and any pedestrians or bicyclists involved. Some common injuries include spinal injuries, broken bones, lacerations, serious bruises, muscle tears and sprains, and head injuries. Head injuries are among the most damaging injuries because they can cause serious cognitive damage […]Learn More
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