8 Real-Life Stories on How to Survive Brain Injuries
Here are 8 stories of surviving brain injury. Regular people are presently coping with head injuries, concussions and clinical efforts to combat both traumatic and acquired brain injuries. This special edition consists of a selection of 8 real-life stories about fostering new dreams where once there were none.
At the time, Clooney was filming the movie "Syriana" in Morocco, playing out a scene where he is tied to a chair and tortured.
“WE ARE NOT ALONE” | An open shout-out to the strangers who performed CPR on my brain-injured partner
“I really want to try to thank these two young men if possible. I would love for them to hear somehow how grateful we are,” said Rebecca Bratspies. "We are so grateful to the doctors and nurses who gave Allen the care he needed." Most of all, we are grateful to hose two anonymous strangers in the dark alley in Pittsburgh. I hope you read this and know how grateful we are.
Traumatic Brain Injury | "Having a brain injury is not the end — as many doctors and others will try to tell you," says NYC composer B. Allen Schulz
Hope exists. Amazingly, the brain can repair itself.
After experiencing a brain injury herself, Emilia Becker, a Canadian, decided to share her story with others to raise awareness
One of a handful of women physicians in professional football, she treats such high-profile patients as the Giants' quarterback Eli Manning, who suffered a head injury.
In recent years, bias-related crimes have surged 30% across NY State against people of color, ethnic minorities and LGBT people.
Which tastes better? Brownies or Cookies? To find out, they did a Bake Off. | Photography by Lyndon Davis