For some kids, being able to keep up with friends in the hallway at their school is a great accomplishment. See how technology can help children who have neurological challenges, who may need help in the way they walk.
The unthinkable has happened. Someone you love has suffered a severe brain injury and is now unable to communicate. You meet with the doctor, who tells you one of two things: Your loved one is in a coma. Your loved one is brain dead. Both sound ominous, but what do they mean in terms of … Read More
The boxing community has known for decades that repeated blows to a fighter’s head can result in permanent brain damage, resulting in dementia or Parkinson’s disease-like movement changes. The boxing community even has a name for it: punch-drunk. But while many notable fighters have developed these problems – along with depression and other neurological symptoms … Read More