Fight the February Blues

February is notoriously known as one of the hardest months to get through. In December, the holidays keep people occupied, and in January, there is the afterglow of the holidays. Then comes February—28 or 29 bleak, gray days which can send some into a hopeless funk that lasts approximately until the first daffodils bloom in mid-March….

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A Second in Time

“A second in time.” That’s all it took for Dr. Garnet Cummings’ life to change on August 27th, 1998. While returning home after a day shift as the Chief of Emergency at the Royal Alexandra Hospital, he was hit on the passenger side by a three quarter ton truck carrying a welding unit going 140km/hr,…

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Brain Injury 101: What is an Acquired Brain Injury and Why Should I Care?

In Canada, approximately 1.5 million people are living with an acquired brain injury. However, that number is realistically much larger due to the fact that many brain injuries go undiagnosed and unreported. Brain injury can be complicated to understand and diagnose, especially because no two brains are the same. Often, individuals live with the effects…

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