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In winter action sports, concussion awareness is slowly growing

"We won’t be honest about the disconnect between wanting something so bad and living long enough to get it,” says mountain biker Amanda Batty BRECKENRIDGE — It was just a tap on the back of the helmet from a buddy. But it sent freeskiing superstar Justin Dorey tumbling, once again, into darkness. ...
My Tween Is Refusing Treatment for Sensory Processing Disorder

By Meggin We’ve hit a brick wall in therapy. Our 11-year-old severely needs therapy for his Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), and his visual tracking disorder. Thanks to preteen angst, he’s refusing to go. I watch him as he struggles to read his schoolwork and sloppy handwriting, along with many...
Concussion And Traumatic Brain Injury Dominate Hospitalizations From Stroller And Baby Carrier Injuries

The first time my son and I visited a local petting zoo, I watched a woman nearly dive into the duck pond when she lunged for the handles of a stroller rolling straight into the water. I saw no wagging fingers, shaking heads or concealed smirks—because we’ve all been there in some way or another. ...