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When can you sue a ski resort for an injury?

If you're going to be spending time on the ski slopes over the holidays, you hope that you and your family will return home without any broken bones or more severe injuries. What if you don't? Are you responsible for your injuries or are there cases in which you can hold a ski resort or other property liable? The short answer is, "It depends."

Brain injury treatment changing for kids

There are new guidelines in place to help better diagnose children with brain injuries, according to a Nov. 8 report. Previously, doctors would order rest after a child suffered a concussion, but that's changing today. New guidelines change how children will be treated in the future.

Your role caring for a loved one with spinal cord injury

When you have a loved one who has suffered a spinal cord injury, you will undoubtedly struggle with offering care. You will likely want to do all you can to make them as comfortable as possible and help them through their rehabilitation, but you might also worry that what you are doing might further hurt them. It's never easy to care for a loved one so here's what your role will be in this situation.

How to care for a family member with a traumatic brain injury

Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), are devastating for both the victim and the family. These injuries can change a person's life in a matter of moments. It can be tough to recover from a TBI, if the patient will recover at all. The rehabilitation, treatment and other medical care could last for the remainder of their life. Here are some tips for caring for a family member who has a TBI.

Safety tips for swimming this summer in Colorado

Going for a swim in Fort Collins should be fun, relaxing and an overall entertaining time with family and friends. The scary fact of the matter is that a swimming adventure can quickly turn into tragedy if someone doesn't know how to be safe when in the water. Here are some safety tips for swimming this summer in Colorado.

Preparing your children for walking alone: 3 ideas

You love living near your children's school, since it's just a quick walk to the playground and school activities. However, you know that there are risks along the way. There are streets to cross, and your child could quickly fall victim to a pedestrian accident if you're not cautious.

What should you know about whiplash?

Whiplash is a sometimes serious injury that can occur in car crashes or in other incidents. It happens when the head whips forward or side to side quickly, tearing, stretching and injuring the tissues in the neck. In particularly severe cases, the brain even has the potential to impact the skull, resulting in whiplash combined with a traumatic brain injury (TBI).

Should you go to the emergency room for a broken bone?

There have likely been times where you've gotten hurt and wondered if it was really necessary to go to the emergency room. For most people, it's expensive and takes a great deal of time to see a doctor. If there's no significant injury, then you're given a diagnosis and sent home.

What should you know about quadriplegia?

Quadriplegia is also known as tetraplegia. It's a type of paralysis that results in the total or partial loss of sensation or movement in the limbs. The torso is usually also affected. Paraplegia is similar, but it only affects the waist down, not the arms.

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