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A new study headed by Clas Linnman, Ph.D., details how a “mirror box for the ears” significantly reduces tinnitus handicap and awareness.
A new study examined the rates of cardiovascular, endocrine, neurological and psychiatric comorbidities among patient population with brain injury. This prospective study examined the cardiovascular and endocrine comorbidity risk post using patients without any prior who experienced TBI from 2000-2019.
Investigators report promising results of designing and implementing a multidisciplinary clinical pathway for FND patients in NeuroRehabilitation.
Professional football players may be four times more likely to die from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease) compared to the general population, according to the findings of a new study led by researchers from the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Harvard Medical School-affiliated Spaulding Rehabilitation and the Boston University CTE Center.
A new study in Neurosurgery examined the incidence of dementia among patient population with brain injury. This retrospective study examined the risk of dementia using orthopedic trauma patients without head injury as control subjects and investigated the impact of age and brain injury severity in about 25,000 patients with traumatic brain injury from 2000 to 2018.
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We asked our trusted physician, Donna Nimec, MD, of Spaulding’s Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine Division, about vitamin D and how to support bone health if your child is at risk of bone mineral loss. Here are the important takeaways from the discussion with Dr. Nimec.
Parents and caregivers likely are faced with planning what snacks and lunches to pack or provide after school. Here are a few tips to keep in mind.
Breastmilk is the best source of nutrition for babies, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics and the World Health Organization. Both organizations recommend breastmilk exclusively for the baby’s first 6 months and — in combination with solid foods — until 12 months.