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Are There Different Types of Cerebral Palsy?

Posted on June 4th, 2018 by Elizabeth

types of cerebral palsy

Cerebral palsy is a devastating and irreversible birth injury that affects the brain, but the name for the disease itself is an umbrella term. There are many types of CP that vary in severity and symptoms and affect children in different ways, some more significantly than others. In all cases of cerebral palsy though, the […]

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Medical Malpractice in the Pursuit of Beauty

Posted on May 29th, 2018 by Elizabeth

Medical malpractice for plastic surgery in Michigan

Just because a cosmetic surgeon claims to be an expert or a “doctor to the stars” does not make it true. Icilma Cornelius sadly learned this lesson the hard way. She went to Dr. Windell Boutte in Lilburn, Georgia, in preparation for her wedding. Cornelius opted for Botox and anti-wrinkle treatments and, while at the […]

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Study Says: Youth Tackle Football Leads to Earlier Signs of Brain Disease

Posted on May 2nd, 2018 by Gerald Thurswell

Study Says: Youth Tackle Football Leads to Earlier Signs of Brain Disease The term “chronic traumatic encephalopathy” may not be familiar to you, but there is a good chance you’ve heard of CTE. This acronym stands for the degenerative brain disease that is linked to professional football players. However, a new study has found that […]

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5 Ways a Traumatic Brain Injury Changes Your Body

Posted on April 26th, 2018 by Gerald Thurswell

5 Ways Traumatic Brain Injuries hanges Your Body Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) can occur in many ways: through a car accident, a fall, a sports injury, even birth. Whatever the cause of the brain injury, how a body reacts will vary from person to person, but there are certain brain functions that are likely to […]

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5 Things Not To Say To Someone With A Disability

Posted on July 14th, 2017 by Gerald Thurswell

It is not uncommon to feel a sense of nervousness when speaking to someone with a disability. Often people are afraid that they will say or behave in a way that could be offensive. Interacting with someone with a disability should be no different than any other social interaction you have. You should be polite, […]

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