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Brain May Recover From Concussion by Compensating

Concussion patients have irregular brain activity within the first 24 hours after their injury but increased levels of brain activity a few weeks later, which suggests that the brain may compensate for the injury during recovery, a new study reports. … Continue reading

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The association of compensation and long-term health status for people with severe traumatic injuries

Financial compensation may have a small negative association with recovery, even for people with severe traumatic injury. Read article

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Brain rewires itself after damage or injury

When the brain’s primary “learning center” is damaged, complex new neural circuits arise to compensate for the lost function. Read article

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The association of compensation and long term health status for people with severe traumatic injuries

Financial compensation may have a small negative association with recovery, even for people with severe traumatic injury. Read article

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Rules Eased for Veterans’ Brain Injury Benefits

The Department of Veterans Affairs will propose new regulations that will make it easier for thousands of veterans to receive health care and compensation for certain illnesses that have been linked to traumatic brain injury. Read article

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