Tag Archives: human brain

Recent Studies Shed a New Light on PTSD Side Effects and Physical Implications

In 2010 a neuropathologist  was commissioned by the Pentagon to research how the human brain is affected after being in the close proximity of an explosion. It is now more crucial than ever to develop a better understanding of the effects of brain injuries as a vast number of service members have been diagnosed with -->

Obama Seeking to Boost Study of Human Brain

The New York Times has published this article about the Obama administration’s latest undertaking to examine the workings of the human brain.  This could have significant implications in many areas, including gaining a better understanding of such diseases facing future generations like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.  Our Neurolaw Trial Group is dedicated to  providing unparalleled legal -->

A drug to help brain heal itself

Below is a link to an article about  researchers proposing to use erythropoietin – otherwise known as EPO, to help the brain regenerate neurons. http://news.smh.com.au/breaking-news-national/a-drug-to-help-brain-heal-itself-20110314-1bu0j.html?utm_source=RSS+Feeds%3A+Aggregate+News+%26+Info&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+TBI_News_Information+%28TBI+News+and+Info+-+BrainLine.org%29&utm_content=Yahoo%21+Mail

Driving After a Traumatic Brain Injury

Driving After Traumatic Brain Injury Driving is an important part of a person’s independent lifestyle and integration into the community. Because we take our driving skills for granted, it is easy to forget that driving is the most dangerous thing we do in our everyday lives. A brain injury can affect the skills needed to -->

Back to Basics – The Brain

Here at the NLTG, we want this blog to be both a place to learn the basics, as well as advanced information.  Thanks to the National Institute of Health for the below info. on the brain.  If you want to see the original article, go to:  http://www.ninds.nih.gov/disorders/brain_basics/know_your_brain.htm Introduction The brain is the most complex part -->