April 2013

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My daughter just signed up for the girls’ baseball team at her Louisville school. I’m concerned about the ball or a bat hitting her in the head and causing a brain injury. If she does get injured, how will we know whether or not she has a concussion?

You’re right to be concerned, but I guess we can’t protect our kids from every possible injury; they have to live. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has the following recommendations regarding concussion. If you or the coaches observe any of the following…

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If You May Be Having a Stroke, Get Thee to a Kentucky Hospital Pronto!

As time goes on, we tend to disregard some of the aches and pains that we assume come with the territory of aging. In some cases, though, the best thing you can do is take symptoms seriously and get to a Kentucky hospital as soon…

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Father and Son Die in Estill County Kentucky Car Crash

The accident occurred shortly after noon on Sunday, April 7, 2013. According to the Kentucky State Police, 18-year-old Shelby Harrison was traveling east on Richmond Road in Estill County. Ms. Harrison reportedly swerved to avoid a car and ended up overcorrecting and crossing into the…

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Researchers Find Traumatic Brain Injury Could Affect Your Sex Life

Recently, investigative researchers reviewed 14 different studies in an effort to determine what the effect of a traumatic brain injury might be on a victim’s sexuality. The results of the study were published in a recent issue of NeuroRehabilitation: An International Journal. According to one…

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How to Tell if a Louisville Nursing Home Staff Is Using Restraints Illegally

After your elderly father was placed in nursing home restraints, you felt outraged. You were told that the restraints were for his own good, but you’re not so sure. How can you tell if the nursing home staff is using restraints properly? Our Louisville nursing home…

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What to Do When It’s Not Your Parent Neglected in a KY Nursing Home

If it was your parent who you thought was being abused or neglected, you know what you do. You would immediately find an alternative living arrangement for your parent, and you would report the person whom you suspect of abuse or neglect to the authorities. …

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