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Most traumatic brain injuries are mild or moderate, but that doesn't mean they can't cause long-term damage.
Even mild brain injury is serious business. A person can experience a range of symptoms many months after having received a concussion, but those symptoms might not be what they seem.
Getting a head injury is a risk that comes with playing football. A disproportionate number of athletes in that contact sport have had a concussion, a brain injury that has been increasingly in the spotlight.
A bang on the head that can lead to temporary memory loss is not just a Hollywood creation. A new study showed these brain injuries are not only real, but also may be causing more hospital visits.
Homelessness is a complex problem with many causes, often including mental illness and alcohol and drug addiction. There may be another component to homelessness shared by many.