Traumatic brain injuries are more severe and happen more frequently than you think. TBIs account for approximately 30 percent of all injury deaths. A TBI is primarily caused by a jerk, shock or jolt to the head that disturbs the normal functioning of the brain. This can happen at work, while hanging out with friends, while driving, and even at home. Effects of traumatic brain injury typically include issues from impaired thinking to emotional functioning.
Being in a car accident, being injured, or dealing with property loss and damage can be traumatizing for the person involved. The physical and emotional effect of these ordeals can be stressful for anyone. Add the financial burden, and the problem even blows out of proportion. This is where your insurance coverage comes in. Experts would recommend that you must at least have these four types of insurance: health insurance, life insurance, auto insurance, and
Since the 1960s, the U.S. has been the top destination for international migrants. As of 2017, one-fifth of the world’s migrants are in the U.S. and in 2016, immigrants account for 17 percent of the US civilian labor force. However, the population of unauthorized or undocumented immigrants is also quite large. In a report by the Migration Policy Institute, the unauthorized population doubled in the 1990s. It reached its peak in 2007, then fell during
The winter months mean you can finally look forward to a season of seemingly endless ammo for snowball fights, not having to worry about your frozen groceries melting in the trunk, and choosing between sledding or walking downhill. There’ s only one caveat: you have to enjoy all of these while treading through wet and melting snow, ice, and cracked sidewalks due to freezing temperatures. Slip and fall accidents are the primary cause of injury
**This article is provided for informational purposes only** Did you know that there are more than 100 types of cancer? Or that breast cancer is more common in the left breast than the right? How about that naked mole rats are immune to cancer? Of course you didn’t. But do you know who should know? Your doctor. Not only should you trust your doctor to be well-informed on the many facets of cancer, but you