Monthly Archives: October 2016

Statistics indicate that about half of all traumatic brain injury (TBI) sufferers experience depression within the first year of injury, and almost two-thirds display symptoms by the seventh year after injury. Generally caused by physical changes to the brain, these … Continue reading

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Last year, the United States saw the biggest increase in traffic deaths in more than 50 years. It included the death of 38,300 motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians and more than 4.4 million total injuries. Economy improvements that put more drivers … Continue reading

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In the past 15 years, San Diego has seen a total of 270 pedestrians deaths. Auditors, who recently analyzed information on these tragedies, and the actions that have been taken to combat them, found that a lack of traffic law … Continue reading

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