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Keep Your Brain Safe While Biking

Studies show that wearing a helmet while biking can reduce the likelihood of sustaining a brain injury by 65% to 88%.
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Coalition Updates
Volunteering Through Advocacy: Three Stories for National Volunteer Month

Concussion Awareness Now Champions participated in volunteer advocacy by spreading awareness about concussions at various events throughout March and April.
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CAN Coalition Experts
Dr. Christopher Chao Q&A

Over his career as an urgent care physician and through his work as President of the College of Urgent Care Medicine (CUCM), Dr. Christopher Chao has seen the difference it makes when urgent care providers have the knowledge and resources they need to evaluate a patient for a potential concussion.
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Coalition Updates
CAN Champions Rally

Concussions are not just invisible injuries – they’re brain injuries, too. March is Brain Injury Awareness Month, so we hosted a CAN Champions Rally Webinar on Thursday, March 21. Watch the recording here.
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CAN Coalition Experts
Creating A Concussion Awareness Movement: Q&A with Dr. Brooke Mills, Founder of National Concussion Awareness Day

Dr. Brooke Mills—also known as Miss New Hampshire 2023, a recent graduate of Sherman College of Chiropractic, and founder of National Concussion Awareness Day—is proof that a concussion can happen anytime, any place, and to anyone.
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CAN Coalition Experts
Finding Support When Concussion Symptoms Persist: Concussion survivor and activist shares her story in free BIAA webinar

Concussion symptoms can last weeks, months, or even years after the initial injury. This can result in a physical and mental toll on the survivor, making support necessary in recovery.
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Coalition Updates
Concussion Awareness Now: One Year In

Over the past year, Concussion Awareness Now has worked tirelessly to change the way people think about concussions. Here, we provide an update of the coalition's activities.
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CAN Coalition Experts
Winter Sports Safety 101: Understanding the Impact of Concussions and How to Stay Protected

Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) occur in up to 47% of skiers and snowboarders, but there are precautions to prevent TBI in winter sports.
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CAN Coalition Experts
Hidden in Plain Sight: Domestic Violence and Brain Injury

A majority of people most associate concussions with sports, yet there is another invisible group left out of this discussion—domestic violence victims.
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