Veterans with a Traumatic Brain Injury

A traumatic brain injury occurs when a blow or jolt to the head takes place that disrupts the normal functioning of the brain.

Veterans’ Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Can Cause Long-Term Problems

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is considered mild if the initial loss of consciousness or disorientation that the injury produced lasted less than 30 minutes. Many people think that severe traumatic ...

Brain Injury Can Hurt Employment Prospects for Veterans

Veterans who have suffered a traumatic brain injury during combat are much less likely to find a job when they return home, compared to veterans who did not suffer an injury.

Study Finds Veteran Brain Injury Symptoms Very Similar to CTE

New Tool Helps Diagnose Brain Injury

A new tool that works through an eye tracking system that scans the movements of the eyes while the person is watching a music video or a show on television can possibly be used as a biological ...

Vets with PTSD, Brain Injury Combination Have Poor Outcomes

Veterans who suffer from Post traumatic Brain Injury and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder have poor outcomes, compared to those persons who only suffer from one of the conditions.

Chronic Pain and Veteran Disability Benefits

Apart from the more widely-publicized injuries like brain injuries and conditions like post-traumatic stress disorder that veterans returning home from combat duty struggle with, many also struggle ...

Brain Injury Could Expose Veterans to Risk of Dementia

According to new research, veterans who have suffered a brain injury during combat may be much more likely to develop symptoms of dementia. According to the study, veterans with brain injury are 60 ...

Veterans May Suffer Effects of Brain Injuries for Years Later

According to the results of a new study, veterans who suffer from combat-related brain injuries may suffer from the effects of such injuries, even years later.

Veterans with Traumatic Brain Injury Have Double the Risk of Dementia

A new study indicates to California veteran benefits lawyers that the risk of developing dementia among war veterans who have suffered a brain injury, is substantially higher than feared. The study ...