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(03/28/16) Researchers at Orlando Health detected evidence of concussions in patients up to seven days after their injury using a simple blood test, according to a new study published in JAMA Neurology. The discovery could greatly expand the window for diagnosing ...read more
(03/25/16) Only half of suicidal patients in U.S. emergency departments are asked if they have access to guns, a new study finds. National guidelines say doctors should ask suicidal patients about their access to guns or other deadly items, the researchers noted. They ...read more
Trauma has hit our family twice.
In March 1991, I was in a head-on car crash with both cars going approximately 60 mph. I had my two sons (ages 3 and 13) with me. The paramedics called two helicopters. The first helicopter took my two sons to the Children's' Hospital Trauma Center in Washington, DC. The second helicopter flew me and the lady that hit me to the Suburban Hospital's Trauma in Bethesda MD. We all survived. Neither of my ...read moreView more survivor stories