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The Pandemic and Brain Injury Survivors: Maintaining Emotional Health
The Pandemic and Brain Injury Survivors: Maintaining Emotional Health

The coronavirus pandemic has been impactful on the life of nearly every American. From social distancing measures to stay-at-home orders, job insecurity, and health concerns, the immediate effects have been felt by us all. Those living with traumatic brain injury (TBI), ...

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Blog Posts in 2020

  • What Are the Most Common Ways to Prevent Head Injuries?

    Many head injuries and brain injuries occur every day and many have long-lasting or lifelong ramifications. The good news is that many of these ...

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  • The Underdiagnosis of Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries in Emergency Rooms

    Each year, millions of Americans seek medical treatment in emergency rooms for head-related trauma. While some head injuries may heal on their own ...

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  • Construction Sites: How to Prepare for Winter Weather

    Winter is nearly upon us again and with it comes plenty of cold weather, rain, and snow here in the Seattle area. Oftentimes, this season presents ...

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  • How Is Safety Regulated on a Construction Site?

    Across the country, one of the most dangerous fields of work is the construction industry. These workers face a variety of hazards on the job every ...

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  • The Dangers of Defective Equipment on a Construction Site

    The modern construction industry relies on different kinds of tools, machinery, and equipment to perform many jobs in a far quicker amount of time. As ...

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  • Who Is Liable for an Injury Caused by Falling Objects on a Construction Site?

    As we’ve discussed in recent blogs, construction workers face numerous hazards on the job. While many of these dangers are inherently part of the job, ...

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  • The Top 4 Construction Site Hazards

    No matter what job a worker is doing, safety should always be a top priority for those in the construction industry. This goes for individual workers, ...

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  • Statistics Linking Brain Injuries to Car Accidents

    According to information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ( CDC ), more than 150 people in America die each day due to injuries ...

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  • Falls Are a Leading Cause of Injury for Construction Workers

    Virtually anyone is at risk of falling and sustaining an injury. But construction workers are some of the most at-risk groups of people when it comes ...

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