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March is Brain Injury Awareness Month

Prevent Brain Injury. Here’s how! Tip 1:  At Play Wear American Society for Testing & Materials (ASTM) approved head protection for your sport. Don’t slide headfirst into base. Don’t dive into shallow water. Your clothes should not interfere with your vision. Tip 2:  At Home Use hand railings. Secure rugs. Put away toys. Install grab bars […]

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Crack Down on Concussions

The News & Observer featured a front-page story today about the renewed emphasis on preventing concussions in professional sports like the NHL.  Dr. John Wooten, a pediatric neurologist with Raleigh Neurology, is focused on helping young athletes recover from concussions at the WakeMed Concussion Clinic.  The clinic helps determine when it is safe for a […]

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