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The recent Super Bowl 52 didn’t just showcase one of the most popular sports in America, it also brought the issue of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) to the news. CTE is not a concussion, although repeated concussions (or even more minor hits to the head) could bring on CTE. Chronic traumatic encephalopathy is a degenerative…

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According to Healthine.org, concussions can happen at any age. A concussion is a brain injury that causes the brain to stop working properly for a while or permanently. Some concussions occur because the athletic activities of children and students are not properly monitored. A vehicle accident or a slip and fall can also cause a…

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Falls can cause traumatic brain injury and death in elderly Americans. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has published a study that found falls among the elderly are responsible for an increase in traumatic brain injuries. The research study analyzed data for TBI-related emergency department visits, hospitalizations and deaths (EDHD) in the…

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People suffer a wide variety of brain-related injuries. This wide variety of brain-related injuries includes traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) and concussions. TBIs and concussions are extremely similar; they share causes and symptoms, but they are not one and the same. TBIs can be severe, and may have long-lasting effects on a person. Concussions are a…

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Erectile dysfunction drugs like Viagra were originally designed to help patients with coronary heart disease. Though the drugs did little for men with angina and high blood pressure, the sexual side effects were consistent enough to rebrand the drug, called sildenafil citrate, as a cure for erectile dysfunction. Now a new team of researchers in…

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