Over the years there have been many reports of studies performed demonstrating how beneficial music can be on people's health and overall wellbeing. However, an interesting Globe and Mail tells a story where music may have done more harm than good.
To continue the important discussion of the impact of Concussions & TBI, this blog is a follow up to a previously posted blog titled, "Concussions & TBI."
The Globe and Mail recently published an article titled "Making Headway on Concussions," which explained the current progression with research on concussions, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), their symptoms and diagnosis.
A recent Globe and Mail article outlined conclusions of a new study which suggests that children need more rest post-concussion compared to adults. As a result of this study, doctors have designed a new set of guidelines for handling pediatric concussion for children from ages 5 -18.
Gluckstein Personal Injury Lawyers would like to remind everyone that June is recognized as National Brain Injury Awareness Month. The Brain Injury Association of Canada designated June as Brain Injury Awareness Month to assist with creating more awareness across Canada as to the effects and causes of an acquired brain injury. Statistics demonstrate that in Canada brain injury is the number one killer of those 44 years old and younger. Furthermore they indicate that incidences are two times greater within the males compared to females. Automobile accidents, sports injuries, cycling accidents, falls, strokes, tumors, aneurysms, and other non-degenerative conditions are all leading causes of acquired Brain Injury in Canada.