Latest "Traumatic brain injury" stories
Ted Blickwedel confronted VA leadership about its treatment of counselors and decreased care for veterans. Then he wrote a book about it.
By Todd South
The NFL is doing the right thing on concussions. The Department of Defense lacks the urgency and a similar aggressive approach.
By Frank Larkin
The April 7 attack on Green Village injured four U.S. troops, who were treated for traumatic brain injuries and returned to work.
Chronic traumatic encephalopathy, linked to contact sports like football and boxing, is "uncommon" in the brains of deceased service members, according to a new study.
By Karen Jowers