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Five ways to keep your brain healthy

Article
3/30/2021
Infographic with five ways to keep your brain healthy

Five ways to keep your brain healthy

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Winter Safety – Avoiding Brain Injury in Winter Sports

Topic
3/10/2021

Don’t let seasonal injuries affect your fitness and your readiness to complete your mission. Environmental fitness is a key component of Total Force Fitness.

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month; TBICoE’s mission lasts all year

Article
3/2/2021
Military health personnel performing a balance test on a patient

Staying a-head of TBI

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A Head for the Future — A TBICoE Initiative

About
1/29/2021

A Head for the Future initiative provides resources to help the military community prevent, recognize and recover from TBI. Learn about TBI, read stories, download fact sheets and watch videos of service members and veterans who recognized TBI symptoms and got help.

Head Check: Know Your Helmet, Bicycle and Motorcycle

Fact Sheet
8/6/2020

A Head for the Future aims to raise awareness about TBI among service members, veterans and their families. This fact sheet provides tips for choosing the right helmet for the right ride, with information about different safety features in helmets for bicycling and riding motorcycles.

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Head Check: Know Your Helmet, Football and Baseball

Fact Sheet
8/6/2020

A Head for the Future aims to raise awareness about TBI among service members, veterans and their families. This fact sheet provides tips for choosing the right helmet for the right sport, with information about different safety features in helmets for football and baseball.

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Head Check: Know Your Helmet, Winter Sports

Fact Sheet
8/6/2020

A Head for the Future aims to raise awareness about TBI among service members, veterans and their families. This fact sheet provides tips for choosing the right helmet for the right sport, with information about different safety features in helmets for skiing, snowboarding and snowmobiling.

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Traumatic Brain Injury Center of Excellence | TBI Educators | Patient and Family Resources | A Head for the Future | Traumatic Brain Injury | TBI Prevention | TBI Resources

TBI Prevention

Topic
8/29/2018

Learn ways to prevent traumatic brain injuries

Safety Equipment Prevents Brain Injury

Photo
3/2/2017
Hana Rice, a guide with U.S. Military Outdoor Recreation, secures a climbing rope after repelling from an approximate 35 foot rock face within the National Network of Footpaths in the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg. Members of the climbing party were required to wear the appropriate climbing helmet and safety harness in order to prevent possible injuries such as traumatic brain injury. TBI awareness is observed throughout the month of March in hopes of spreading awareness of the trauma and potentially preventing future cases. (Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Brian Kimball)

Hana Rice, a guide with U.S. Military Outdoor Recreation, secures a climbing rope after repelling from an approximate 35 foot rock face within the National Network of Footpaths in the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg. Members of the climbing party were required to wear the appropriate climbing helmet and safety harness in order to prevent possible injuries ...

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