Supreme Court overturns gag order in case of child who died in foster care – West Hawaii Today


West Hawaii Today

Supreme Court overturns gag order in case of child who died in foster care
West Hawaii Today
… from speaking about the case. Under the Family Court's August 2017 gag order, 3-year-old Fabian Garett-Garcia's parents were unable to speak publicly the names of their two surviving children, who were in foster care at the time, or publicly

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After a 7-on-7 football collision ended in brain damage, coaches and officials evaluate the game's safety – Dallas News (blog)


Dallas News (blog)

After a 7-on-7 football collision ended in brain damage, coaches and officials evaluate the game's safety
Dallas News (blog)
Once Jefferson calmed down and took an Uber to John Peter Smith Hospital, a Level I trauma center, doctors delivered Green's prognosis: He'd been knocked out on the initial collision, but the bleeding in his brain started when his head hit the ground

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Bottle of whiskey fulfills brotherly WWII pact to last surviving soldier – MLive.com


MLive.com

Bottle of whiskey fulfills brotherly WWII pact to last surviving soldier
MLive.com
The effect of trauma on the brain was poorly understood by psychiatrists during WWII. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder wasn't well-defined until 1980. Veterans went undiagnosed and untreated. They buried their experiences, Smither said, and coped in …

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'Like being reborn': dramatic rescues that defied the odds – Journalducameroun.com – English – (press release)

'Like being reborn': dramatic rescues that defied the odds
Journalducameroun.com – English – (press release)
More than 700 emergency personnel worked to rescue Johann Westhauser after he sustained a serious head injury deep inside a German cave system on June 8, 2014. The 52-year-old was with two other people when a rockfall caused the head injury.

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'Like being reborn': Dramatic rescues that defied the odds – Channel NewsAsia


Channel NewsAsia

'Like being reborn': Dramatic rescues that defied the odds
Channel NewsAsia
MAE SAI, Thailand: Hundreds of people are working to rescue 12 children and their football coach who have been trapped for five days in a flooded cave in Thailand, hoping for their survival against the odds. From miners trapped underground, to sailors

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