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Lids for Kids and the importance of wearing a bicycle helmet

At Mary Free Bed, we treat hundreds of people each year in our brain injury programs with a focus on helping each patient reach his or her maximum potential. Helmet use while riding a bicycle has been estimated to reduce the odds of head injury by 50 percent according to statistics from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety….
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Sports Concussion Patient Feels Like Part of the Mary Free Bed Family

  Marie McKinnon, a senior at Hopkins High School, was participating in her first varsity basketball scrimmage back in November 2012, when she collided with a fellow teammate. Marie cracked her skull above her right eye, and her teammate broke her orbital bone. Both suffered concussions from the collision. Marie says that her three months…
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Woman Recovers Quickly after Receiving Post Concussion Therapy

When Mary Herrema left for work on a Monday morning in February, she had no idea she would be visiting the emergency room later that day. “There must have been black ice because I did not see it,” Mary describes. “I don’t even remember slipping. I came down and I hit the back of my…
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Finding her place

In January, Jan Levering took her kids sledding after working two 12-hour shifts as a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) nurse. Exhausted, she decided to take one run down the sledding hill before sleeping in the car. Halfway down the hill, the sled turned 90 degrees and launched Jan 3 feet in the air. She…
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