Georgia residents who purchased a hoverboard over the 2015 holiday season may soon be hearing about a product recall. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, the products are unsafe, and manufacturers must be safety certified before they can sell any more.
When a person suffers a brain injury in a car wreck, slip and fall, or other accident, family members are often the first to notice that something is wrong.
Georgia residents who experience a significant impact to the head or blast during military service and sustain a traumatic brain injury may benefit from learning the truth about TBI-related myths. Many believe that traumatic brain injuries always occur alongside a loss of consciousness, but the truth is that many victims do not black out at all. For military victims of TBIs, it is important to remember that Kevlar may protect the brain from penetration injuries, but closed head wounds can still occur.