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Henry VIII’s erratic behavior was likely caused by an NFL-style injury, argue Yale researchers

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Prince Harry wears a glove to experience what it is like to have a brain injury as he opens the new headquarters of Headway, the brain injury charity

A brain injury can either be classed as a traumatic brain injury (TBI) caused by either a closed head injury or open head injury, following a road traffic accident, falls or assaults. An acquired brain injury (ABI) can be caused by an aneurysm, haemorrhage, tumour, encephalitis, hydrocephalus, hypoxic/anoxic, toxic/chemical or a stroke. Traumatic brain injury …

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from Yahoo

Catelynn Lowell Praises Husband Tyler Baltierra in Throwback Wedding Pic: See Her Beautiful Dress!

Good article.Executive dysfunction is a term for the range of cognitive, emotional and behavioural difficulties which often occur after injury to the frontal lobes of the brain. Impairment of executive functions is common after an abi and has a profound effect on many aspects of everyday life.This factsheet explains what executive functions are, why they are so important and which part of the brain is responsible for controlling them. Very useful.

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Courtney King-Dye & Idocus WEAR YOUR HELMETS! Courtney was schooling dressage when her horse spooked, and she fell. She sustained a closed head injury and was in a coma.

This infographic seeks to explain the causes of non-traumatic brain injuries and the cognitive, physical and emotional effects on an individual.  Presenting this vital information in a visual format is to offer an alternative format for people to learn about non-traumatic brain injury.

This infographic seeks to explain the causes of non-traumatic brain injuries and the cognitive, physical and emotional effects on an individual. Presenting this vital information in a visual format is to offer an alternative format for people to learn about non-traumatic brain injury.

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Henry VIII was 'angry, impulsive and impotent' due to a jousting injury: Brain damage from a blow to the head is the 'best explanation' for the king's erratic ways  | Daily Mail Online

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