May the 4th: May the force…

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Happy May the 4th Day. If you happen to be on Planet Geonosis and your brain is taken over by a brain worm, it’s highly advised you see a neurologist asap.

May the force of modern medicine be with you.

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Your brain injury might be invisible, but you aren’t

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Living with the residual effects of brain injuries can be difficult for patients, their families, friends, and caregivers. Here are stories of how people cope with their conditions. Source: Brain Injury Assocation of America

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Video: Conan O’Brien on NFL’s concussion protocol

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Here’s Conan O’Brien’s take on NFL’s new protocol regarding concussions:

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March is Brain Injury Awareness Month

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Be aware… top causes of traumatic brain injury include traffic accidents, falls, and being struck by or against an object. So buckle up, watch your rugs, and wear a helmet. More here.

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“I lobe you”

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What did parietal say to frontal? “I lobe you.” On a more serious note, it’s Valentine’s Day… the perfect time for a quick anatomy lesson on the parietal & frontal cortexes of your brain, in a nutshell.

Beneath your skull you’ll find the parietal lobe & frontal lobe of your brain — situated side by side — like ma n’ pa. Pa Parietal runs the sensory show: taste, temperature, touch. Ma Frontal’s in charge of thinking, decision making, planning, n’ such. These two parts of your brain are precious.

Protect your entire brain by wearing a bicycle helmet, wearing a motorcycle helmet, and wearing a football helmet… individually, or all at once. And rethink taking up the sport of boxing. More here.

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