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Anyone who has ever had their head clocked against something hard knows what it’s like to see stars, as well as a bad headache for the effort. And, if you’ve ever hit your head to that extent, the first thing most people tell you is to keep alert to the signs of concussion. A concussion…

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Traumatic Brain Injury Nashville

For decades, we’ve believed that brain damage resulting from serious head trauma was essentially an irreversible condition. The brain might heal itself a bit, and some trauma could be treated through surgery, but there wasn’t a way to really “fix” a brain injury. Today, the majority of brain specialists agree that even brain damage of…

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Millions of people are affected by traumatic brain injury (TBI). This type of injury occurs when the head is impacted by an outside force that causes the brain to move inside of the skull, causing negative effects on the brain’s ability to function properly. According to the CDC, although the age-adjusted hospitalization rates for TBI…

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Traumatic and Acquired Brain Injuries

A close connection exists between traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) and acquired brain injuries (ABIs). Both are brain injuries that victims sustain after birth. Certain conditions that an infant possesses at birth or progressive illnesses such as Parkinson’s disease do not fall under the category of TBIs or ABIs. Although TBIs and ABIs are similar, these…

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A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can change your life in an instant. This type of injury can happen at any time: at work, at home, at school, in your car, riding your bike, etc. The type and severity of the TBI will determine whether or not you will suffer from vision or hearing loss in…

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Carbon Monoxide Poisoning at Hendersonville Preschool

On Friday February 22, 2019, 66 people from ages three months to 72 years old were treated at local hospitals after exposure to high levels of carbon monoxide poisoning at the First United Methodist Church Children First Preschool in Hendersonville, Tennessee. Carbon monoxide is a deadly colorless, odorless, tasteless gas produced by burning gasoline, wood,…

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Faulty Carbon Monoxide Detector Installation

Protect yourself and your family from carbon monoxide poisoning No one is safe from carbon monoxide poisoning.  Everyone (including our pets) is at risk. However, unborn babies, pregnant mothers, young children, older folks, and those with heart or lung problems are particularly vulnerable. Know and educate your family on the signs and symptoms of carbon…

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Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Symptoms

  Everyone is exposed to small amounts of carbon monoxide (CO) throughout the day. However, at high levels or during continued exposure, CO can cause suffocation, resulting in loss of consciousness, brain damage, or death. Initial symptoms of CO poisoning can be mistaken for flu symptoms. Depending on the air concentration of CO and how…

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Carbon Monoxide Prevention

  Carbon monoxide (CO) is a pollutant formed in many chemical reactions, thermal combustion processes, and in the incomplete decomposition of many organic materials. It is a colorless, odorless, tasteless poison gas that can be fatal. Sometimes called the “silent killer,” CO inhibits the blood’s capacity to carry oxygen. It is said, if you have…

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