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June 2015

Colorado River Rafting Accidents – Extra Caution Urged by Fire Department

Members of the Grand Junction Fire Department have already orchestrated a couple of Colorado River rafting accident rescues this spring. The water level of the Colorado is high and the current is swift and strong due to the significant winter snowfall and the rainfall as of late. Regulars to the river understand how dangerous it can be when the water level is up….

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Many Traumatic Brain Injury Patients are Later Readmitted

Many people believe that once a brain injury patient is discharged from the hospital by his or her physicians, they will no longer have a need for treatment for their injury. However, a recent study published in the journal Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation indicates otherwise. Led by Dr. Angela Colantonio, Researchers at the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute examined nearly 30,000 traumatic brain…

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Are Baby Boomers Taking Unnecessary Risks?

The older you get, the more likely you are to experience a significant injury or accident. As your body ages, so does your mind. Thus, decreased coordination, balance issues, and declining mental acuity can make it more likely for you to be injured. Whether you are riding a motorcycle or doing yard work, the older you get – the more likely you are…

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