Millions of People Suffer Traumatic Brain Injuries Every Year

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By Molly Clifton

Traumatic brain injuries may be much more common than first thought.

According to a study out of New Zealand 55 million people suffer a TBI every year, but researchers say they believe 95 percent of the cases are mild and usually do not require a visit to the hospital.

A traumatic brain injury is a bump or blow to the head that disrupts normal brain function.
 





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