The brain is a fascinating structure, and almost every person reacts differently when a head injury occurs. Head injuries are common in sports, motor vehicle accidents and even fights. Recognizing the signs of a traumatic brain injury early can make all the difference in the ultimate outcome for the person involved.
You probably see garbage trucks several days a week. For many people, they are a necessary part of life, collecting waste and keeping the New York City area clean.
Cesarean sections have become increasingly common over the years. As an expectant mother, you stand what AmericanPregnancy.org notes is a more than one in four chance of delivering your baby through this method. Sometimes, C-sections are completely unplanned and necessary because the birth process does not progress normally, among other reasons.
The instant you are struck by another vehicle, your first thought is likely, "Am I okay?" followed by, "Is my car okay?" After assessing the immediate situation, most people's thoughts then turn to worry and concern: How much of the damage will be covered? How will I pay my bills? When will I make a full recovery?