Naming a Sheep after Concussion:When Milliseconds Matter

Concussions can be pretty uncomfortable injuries. Your head hurts. Your body often hurts. Sometimes you’re very sensitive to light and sound. Often, people who have had a concussion feel “foggy” or “fuzzy” for the first few weeks, when they are aware that something about the way they’re thinking is just not quite right. As recommendations … Continue reading Naming a Sheep after Concussion:When Milliseconds Matter

Neuroplasticity in Children

How does the brain change as children grow, and what does this mean for children who experience brain injury? While individuals demonstrate high variability, the young brain is fundamentally different than the adult brain, both in form and in function. Development occurs in different regions at different rates, influenced by the interaction of inheritance, maturation, and … Continue reading Neuroplasticity in Children