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New Treatment Research for Emotional Problems Following TBI

Patients who experience a traumatic brain injury (TBI) often have emotional difficulties after the injury. Limited treatment options have been available to patients who experience such emotional difficulties following a TBI. Existing approaches to emotional problems following a TBI focus on specific symptoms and behaviors. Treatment targeting symptoms or diagnoses following a TBI may not[…] Read More

Elevator and Escalator Accidents  

Escalators and elevators move more people in the United States than any other mode of transport. There are approximately 35,000 escalators and 700,000 elevators in America. While these devices are useful and convenient, they also present unique risks to workers and passengers. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), around 17,000 people are injured[…] Read More

Ankle Injuries

Slip and fall injuries can happen anywhere at any time. Injuries sustained in falls can range from mild abrasions or bruising to those that are more serious, such as broken bones. Every year, more than one million people visit the emergency room for ankle injuries. In more severe ankle injuries, recovery can be a long,[…] Read More

Preventing Construction Accidents

Construction work is one of the most dangerous occupations in the United States, accounting for more than 20 percent of worker fatalities across all industries. While it may not be possible to prevent every accident, a strong adherence to safety standards can drastically reduce the number of construction accidents and injuries to workers. The following[…] Read More