When we think of concussions and brain injuries we tend to associate those with men β€” after all, they’re the ones playing football and predominantly in combat…but recent studies show both female athletes and women in general suffer a higher rate of concussions than men. Female brain injuries also tend to be more severe and…

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It’s important to find the cause of dizziness and vertigo Vertigo can seem to come out of nowhere and feel life-threatening, making it scary to drive or walk down the stairs. The bad news is there are many causes of dizziness and it can take some sleuthing to figure out which one is affecting you.…

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neurology of addition

Functional neurology and addiction: Managing brain health is key Two people are hospitalized for injuries. After about a month on opiate painkillers, one patient recovers from their injuries, stops taking the painkillers, and goes back to normal life. The other patient recovers from their injuries but can’t stop taking painkillers. Life is never normal again…

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