PTSD & TBI Research News


September 2019


Study: Veterans with PTSD have a higher risk of dying from more than just suicide

Tuesday, service dog whose story raised awareness of PTSD, has died

Gains seen in dealing with PTSD

Assistance dogs available to PTSD veterans

D Block Europe Talk PTSD, Relationship Advice & More - WATCH

Local veteran receives scuba diving suit and training to overcome PTSD

VA Hosts Leading Experts in Brain Injury to Discuss PTSD

Singing Soldiers put 'non-fiction' music on stage to shed light on darkness of PTSD

Film documents Camp Pendleton Recon Marine's invisible wounds

Veterans Benefit from Free Yoga Class at ACAC

Mercer prison partnership trains service dogs, inmates to help veterans



How to cope with PTSD from previous floods

Mitchell Rosen: Is our political divide leading to more cases of PTSD?

Some call therapy for PTSD a medical breakthrough

Few trauma patients assessed for effects of PTSD, acute stress

Soldier turns PTSD therapy journal into book

Battle Behind the Badge: Police officers dealing with PTSD in growing numbers

How a new state law tackles rise in law enforcement suicides

Sean Bean 'Turned Down' Projects in Which His Character Dies: 'It Was All a Bit Predictable'


SAS hero Chris Ryan: ‘I'm trained to keep my cool, but I snapped when an Instagram troll said I have bingo wings’

What Is Trauma, and Can Mindfulness Help Treat It?

Wounded Warrior speaks so others can

Mental health is a work in progress

Mass shootings take a toll on the American psyche

Veterans with PTSD, anxiety turn to beekeeping for relief

3 Moms with Post-Birth PTSD Share Their Stories

A conversation on sexual assault, violence and PTSD


Police Called To St. Paul Firefighter’s Home Multiple Times In Months Before His Shooting Death

Johns Hopkins University Launches Facility To Research Magic Mushrooms

Horses Helping Heroes: Veterans with PTSD Seek Treatment with Equine Therapy

St. Paul firefighter was decorated combat veteran, struggled with PTSD and lost his life in a shooting at his house

Veterans unite to battle PTSD epidemic in Arizona with 'Warrior Groups'

SOLDIER SUICIDE Iraq veteran, 39, killed himself after refusing help for PTSD over fears it would ‘ruin chance of promotion’

Severe Weather: PTSD

PTSD is not just for veterans, it’s a trauma disorder that affects millions

PTSD linked to increased risk of ovarian cancer

TBI & CTE News

September 2019


Keep moving: Finksburg’s Brandon Falk overcomes traumatic brain injury to become Rock Steady Boxing instructor

Defying Doctors: Poplar Grove woman thriving after traumatic brain injury

'The man I am today': Brain Injury Association helps ex-football player after injury, coma

8-year-old Texas boy suffers brain injury after being attacked by bullies at school, family says

Even Mild Head Impact Breaches Blood-Brain Barrier

BrainSTEPS to help students with TBI

Light-emitting diode (LED) therapy program works for this Veteran

The Concussion Crisis in Australian Rules Football

Former NFL player promotes CBD use for CTE, brain injuries in athletes

ASU Global Sport Institute launches new 'body' of research


Football has not kept pace with our knowledge about heading the ball

‘Standard of Care’ Laws May Not Dissuade Sport Concussion Lawsuits

Peter Webb's death is sobering to high school football, but the sport remains rooted in our culture

Here's why you might want to think about donating your brain to science

Real-Time Speech Decoding from Brain Waves

Treatment for chronic neuropathic pain gets to brain via novel route


Mild head trauma can damage brain’s protective barrier, study finds

Researchers look for new signs of TBI in Soldiers

Study: Fast MRI can diagnose TBI without radiation

Fast MRI for Traumatic Brain Injury in Young Children: Is It Ready to Replace the CT Scan? 


Single Traumatic Brain Injury Can Have Long-Term Effects on Brain Structure

Public Notice Regarding Proposed Amendments of the Aged & Disabled Waiver and of the Traumatic Brain Injury Waiver

NeurAegis Scientific Founder Michel Baudry Awarded $3.8M Grant from the Department of Defense to Advance Product Candidate for Treating Traumatic Brain Injury and Concussion

Just One Head Injury Could Be Enough to Tangle Proteins in Your Brain

Soldiers, athletes could have improved outcomes from brain injuries through faster diagnosis using urine analysis

Unmasking concussion with a simple blood test

IN GOOD HEALTH: Concussions. They aren’t just for football anymore.

Xoel Cardenas: CTE, serious injuries to players have made the NFL less fun to watch

Women's Soccer Stars Concerned About Trauma From Repetitive Head Impact

Column: Participation in high school football is declining. I’m surprised it’s not happening faster.

Worry about your future, don’t rush back to play

Editorial: High school football’s risk factors: How the Friday night lights are dimming in Illinois