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WWE's Rhea Ripley Reveals She's Dealing With a Brain Injury
ComicBook – June 22, 2022

A New Method Can Prevent and Reverse Newborn Brain Injuries

SciTech Daily – June 22, 2022

Researchers Create Maps of the Brain After Traumatic Brain Injury
Neuroscience – June 17, 2022

Study links brain temperature with survival after traumatic brain injury
News-Medical– June 14, 2022

Children’s Chores Improve Brain Function

Neurosciences – June 14, 2022

A Brain Circuit for Addiction Remission Identified

Neurosciences – June 13, 2022

CTE is rare in brains of deceased service members, study finds

NPR – June 13, 2022

Normal brain aging accelerated by 26% in people with progressive type 2 diabetes, study shows

Medical News Today – June 3, 2022

Nuclear Waste Inside Your Brain? It's Possible

Newsweek – May 27, 2022

Tech firms using brain cells in neural-silicon computer chips
AsiaTimes – May 25, 2022

New Imaging Technique Generates Incredible Subcellular Maps of Entire Brain Networks
SciTechDaily – May 25, 2022

Normal brain aging accelerated by 26% in people with progressive type 2 diabetes, study shows
New-Medical – May 24, 2022

Mixed martial arts sparring associated with brain structure changes

UPI – May 24, 2022

Novel Preclinical Drug Could Have Potential to Combat Depression, Brain Injury, and Cognitive Disorders
NeuroScienceNews – May 20, 2022

How the Brain Tells Apart Important and Unimportant Sensations
Scientific America – May 16, 2022

Seattle PD Is Testing a Brain Stimulation Device For Mental Wellness
ExtreamTech – May 9, 2022

‘Mom Brain’ Isn’t a Joke
The Atlantic – May 9, 2022

Why human brains were bigger 3,000 years ago
BBC – May 8, 2022

You have likely heard of the brain's gray matter – here is why the white matter is important too

Brainline – May 6, 2022

Do you believe in ghosts? Cognitive science says your brain could be wired differently
Fast Company – May 5, 2022

“Largest ever” study on traumatic brain injury highlights global inequality in causes and treatment
NeuroNews – May 1, 2022

What’s the Deal With Blood Pressure, Cholesterol and Alzheimer’s Risk?
Being Patient – April 29, 2022

Person-centered services crucial for brain injury
Fairfax Times – April 29, 2022

Machine learning model can steer traumatic brain injury patients to life-saving care
Science Daily – April 26, 2022

Outcomes in Patients Receiving Emergency Neurosurgery for Traumatic Brain Injury

Neurology Advisor – April 21, 2022

The Newton-Rider Bike Helmet Folds to Fit in Your Bag
Wired - April 7, 2022

Scans reveal the brain's early growth, late decline and surprising variability
NPR - April 7, 2022

Spike in veteran calls expected with launch of new three-digit suicide prevention line this summer
Military Times - April 6, 2022

In jumpy flies and fiery mice, scientists see the roots of human emotions
NPR - April 6, 2022

Cowlitz County Sheriff's Office, Longview police receive state funds for bicycle, skateboard helmets
The Daily News - April 5, 2022

Managing infant's blood sugar important for brain health
UPI - April 5, 2022

The art of smell: Research suggests the brain processes smell both like a painting and a symphony
ScienceDaily - April 4, 2022

Quantitative Markers for Covid-19 Brain Injury
Forbes - April 4, 2022

Bruce Willis diagnosed with aphasia: What to know about the disorder

Washington Examiner - March 30, 2022

Walla Walla Police Department received a grant to provide free bike helmets to the community
KNDU TV - March 23, 2022

Covid-19: Long Term Brain Injury
Forbes - March 14, 2022

New Traumatic Brain Injury Guidelines from NY Workers’ Compensation Board Are Effective May 2

jdSupra - March 10, 2022

Traumatic brain injury may raise veterans' long-term stroke risk
American Heart Association News - March 3, 2022

The Hidden Epidemic of Brain Injuries From Domestic Violence
NYT - March 1, 2022


March is Brain Injury Awareness Month
BIAWA Press Release - March 1, 2022

Acute Stress Leads to Dynamic Changes in the Brain
Neuroscience News - February 27, 2022


Air Force Veteran a leader in VA research on traumatic brain injury

VAntage Point - February 22, 2022

Blood miRNA Changes in Soccer Players Could Represent Biomarkers of Brain Injury
Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News - February 17, 2022

‘Don’t Write It Off’: Advice From Brain Injury Experts After Bob Saget’s Death
NYT - February 10, 2022

Traumatic Brain Injury Classifications Are Leading to Preventable Deaths, Report Says

Military.com - February 3, 2022

You Use The Language Area Of Your Brain When Listening To Music
Forbes - January 31, 2022

The Best Exercises for Brain Health, According to a Neuroscientist
Yahjoo! Life - January 31, 2022

Our Brains Keep Us 15 Seconds 'in The Past' to Help Us See a Stable World, Says Study

Science Alert - January 30, 2022

Discover the Different Lobes of the Brain

Discover - January 30, 2022

Brain Injury Art Show Currently on Display in Renton
BIAWA Press Release - January 19, 2022

The Emotional Challenges of Traumatic Brain Injury
Psychology Today - January 3, 2022

Study: More U.S. seniors, especially women, retaining health brains
UPI – December 31, 2021

The John Madden Video Game Concussion Drama, Explained

Kotaku – December 30, 2021

Man with ALS Tweets using brain implant that translates thoughts into text

Futurism – December 23, 2021

How Our Brain Preserves Our Sense of Self
Scientific America – December 21, 2021

How your brain copes with grief, and why it takes time to heal

NPR – December 20, 2021

A mass of human brain cells in a petri dish has been taught to play Pong

Medical Xpress – December 20, 2021

Blocking an immune system molecule in mice may help prevent long-term disabilities after traumatic brain injury

The Conversation – December 14, 2021

New Brain Maps Can Predict Behaviors

Quanta – December 6, 2021

Long-Term Effects of Traumatic Brain Injury

University of Utah Health Hospitals & Clinics – December 6, 2021


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