A professor of pediatrics at the University of Washington has called for more research into sports-related concussions in children and teenagers. This month, Dr. Frederick P. Rivara published an editorial in the Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine which stated many concussions in young people are incorrectly treated as a minor injury. According to Dr….

Injuries or illnesses caused by the ingestion of contaminated food are among the most medically intense types of personal injury cases. This is because proving causation is complicated by the facts that a) food-related illnesses typically take a few days to occur, b) require a careful retracing of the individual’s food intake in the days…

The month of March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. “Brain Injury Awareness Month honors the millions of people with brain injury, who with proper acute care, therapeutic rehabilitation and adequate long-term supports, are living with the successes and challenges that each day brings,” said Susan H. Connors, president/CEO of the Brain Injury Association of America….

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