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Department of Transportation Releases First Tween Seat Belt Advertisements

On March 12th, the US Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced that they will be releasing a series of advertisements directed at parents of children years 8-14.  Although children this young are not yet getting behind the wheel, NHTSA believes it is important to remind parents that these children must be buckled up on the road. … Read More


Protecting the Rights of TBI Children: A Guide for Parents

Protecting The Educational Rights of Children with TBI A Guide for Parents and Caretakers If you are the parent of a brain-injured child, you undoubtedly want the very best for them. If you know what to do, you can be your brain-injured child’s most effective advocate. For that reason, we present this guide to ensure that you understand your rights… Read More


The Necessity for More Research on Drugged Driving

Awareness of a certain issue can usually lead to improvement of the issue, and recently, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) conducted two studies that highlight the effects of MADD’s efforts against drunk driving.  Over the course of MADD’s (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) mission, they have continually sought ways to diminish drunk driving around the country, and now, with… Read More


Studies on Blood Biomarker for Traumatic Brain Injury

Over the last few months, new technology brought to the NYU Langone Medical Center will potentially help researchers advance blood biomarker capabilities.  If studies are properly recorded, the researchers will be able to observe changes in low concentration of proteins after sustaining a neurological injury.  These tests will be conducted with the help of single molecule array technology that has… Read More


Brain Injury Awareness

Advocating awareness of certain medical issues or diseases provides a great way to get the conversation rolling and can go a long way in potential treatments.  Over the course of the last decade, traumatic brain injuries have gone from being a relatively unknown occurrence to national headline.  In part, the increased awareness of brain injuries in America has only occurred… Read More