Number, severity of brain injuries raises dementia risk – Bristol Herald Courier (press release) (blog)


Bristol Herald Courier (press release) (blog)

Number, severity of brain injuries raises dementia risk
Bristol Herald Courier (press release) (blog)
… marital status and health, including depression. And they looked at other types of trauma, such as broken bones, and found that brain injuries were more closely tied to dementia. In a commentary in the journal, Dr. Carol Brayne of University of

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Number, Severity of Brain Injuries Raises Dementia Risk – U.S. News & World Report


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Number, Severity of Brain Injuries Raises Dementia Risk
U.S. News & World Report
And they looked at other types of trauma, such as broken bones, and found that brain injuries were more closely tied to dementia. In a commentary in the journal, Dr. Carol Brayne of University of Cambridge's medical school in England wrote that
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'Unprecedented': After Humboldt Broncos deaths, Sask. Health preparing for long recovery – CBC.ca


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'Unprecedented': After Humboldt Broncos deaths, Sask. Health preparing for long recovery
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The Humboldt Broncos bus crash is "unprecedented in our province's history," said Scott Livingstone, CEO of the Saskatchewan Health Authority. (CBC News). However, he said he is also aware of the long-term consequences of such a traumatic response. "We
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'Panic, Cries, Chaos' in India as School Bus Crash Kills 27 – New York Times


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'Panic, Cries, Chaos' in India as School Bus Crash Kills 27
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NEW DELHI — A speeding school bus plunged off a mountainside in northern India on Monday, killing 23 children and four adults, an official said. Several children managed to survive. “The scene was full of panic, cries, chaos and disaster,” said Rakesh

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