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(06/28/16) Injured teens treated at pediatric trauma centers are less likely to die than those treated at adult centers, a new study suggests. Pediatric trauma centers have resources specialized to treat the anatomical and social needs of children, the authors ...read more
(03/31/16) For anyone worried about the dangers of driving-while-texting, consider this: Some motorists are taking photos and posting them on Twitter or Instagram, presumably all while navigating traffic. They even have a hashtag: #whiledriving. Think photos of a pretty ...read more
(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
On November 30th, 2011, after an intense morning of working with my son and his autism therapy team, I decided to go into our local climbing gym, with my 4 year old son in-tow. I was a typical stressed-out mom…spinning in lots of directions, trying to manage child and self-care, and climbing was one of my ways of de-stressing and being active. I remember walking into the gym and saying to the guy behind the desk: ...read moreView more survivor stories