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New Report Discusses Solutions for Both States and Parents Speeding is a primary culprit in a third of fatal crashes involving teen drivers, according to a new report from the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA).  Speeding-Related Fatal Crashes Among Teen Drivers and Opportunities for Reducing Risks,” authored by Dr. Susan Ferguson, states that speeding as

The United States Brain Injury Alliance (USBIA), in preparation for several meetings with the congressional staff working on the reauthorization of the Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Act, conducted a needs assessment of its 20 state member organizations in February, 2013 to identify the most pressing needs faced by people with brain injury and their caregivers.

The Brain Injury  Alliance of Colorado has moved! The following is BIACO’s new address: 1385 South Colorado Boulevard Suite 606, Building A Denver, CO 80222 Please note the phone and fax numbers remain the same.

A new brain imaging study makes a pretty compelling case for not talking on the phone while driving — even if you’re using a hands-free headset. Researchers from St. Michael’s Hospital found that if a driver talks on the phone while making a left turn, even when it’s on a hands-free device, there is decreased activation in

Unintentional injuries and violence are the leading causes of death, hospitalization, and disability for children ages 1-18. These fact sheets provide a state snapshot of data on the injury-related Maternal and Child Health Block Grant National Performance Measures and Health Status Indicators, with a special focus on disparities based on race, gender, and rural/urban residence. 

Seat belt use continues to be higher in states with primary enforcement seat belt laws according to a study released by CDC’s Division of Unintentional Injury Prevention in the Journal of Safety Research. The study summarizes trends in self-reported seat belt use from 2002 to 2010 and compares 2010 seat belt use in states with

By: Ian Simpson Article Overview: The U.S. government launched on Monday a sweeping study of rising sports-related concussions among youth, amid concerns that the injuries may have contributed to the suicides of professional football players. The Institute of Medicine, part of the National Academies of Science, will probe sports-related concussions in young people from elementary

Larry Boswell sat slumped in a wheelchair. His sweatpants were soiled, his T-shirt soaked in saliva. Flies buzzed around his head He was able to walk when he arrived at Illinois’ Cobden Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in 2008, government records show, something he can’t manage now. Speech therapy for the 57- year-old ended shortly after

Millions of Americans with disabilities have gained innumerable rights and opportunities since Congress passed landmark legislation on their behalf in 1990. And yet advocates say barriers and bias still abound when it comes to one basic human right: To be a parent. A Kansas City, Mo., couple had their daughter taken into custody by the