Assault can be linked to brain injury increase

A new report found that assaults could lead to a rise in the number of traumatic brain injuries. A recent report found that young people, infants, and women are the most likely to be brain injury victims. Brain injury is ten times more common than spinal injury and on average three times as disabling. The brain injury is different from any other injury because a brain is the seat of a person’s thinking and personality. An injury to the brain can affect everything from short term memory to a person’s behavior.

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