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Head Injury in Children by a pediatrician. Children are constantly falling over and injuring themselves but how do you know if it's serious or not?

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Bad Writing - Head Injuries. Michael Bradley's Blog. // Medical dissertation on head injuries in writing, and many misconceptions about concussions, amnesia, and other head wounds. If you're looking for medical accuracy in your story, this will be helpful.

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Children's Head Injuries: 11 Things Every Parent Needs to Know

Dr. Kevin Walter explains how to tell the difference between minor and major head injuries—and when to go to the ER -

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Exercises for Cervical Dizziness

Cervical dizziness, also known as cervical vertigo, is usually cased by neck or head injury such as whiplash, or compression of the arteries in your neck. The most common symptoms are dizziness when you move your neck and ear pain. Gentle neck mobilization exercises are often recommended as part of the treatment, but you should seek medical advice...

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When evaluating head injuries, it helps to appreciate the difference between a skull injury and a brain injury. Here is Dr. Sears advice on what to look for

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Austrailian Based: OARA stands for the Oesophageal Atresia Research Auxiliary which is an Auxiliary established under the auspices of the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne. Initially O.A.R.A was formed by a group of parents and a very dedicated Surgeon, Mr. Nate Myers, who had specialized in the anomalies of oesophageal atresia throughout his career.

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