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The CDC Injury Center uses social media to provide users with access to credible, science-based injury information when, where, and how you want it.

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Give brain injury a voice by telling your story. Create a video about your experience and tag it with HeadsUpFilmFestival. And if you'd rather share your story without video, visit our Facebook page. For Terms and Conditions, please visit CDC Foundation's Heads Up Film Festival.

Podcast iconTraumatic Brain Injury Audio Podcasts
Learn more about TBI and concussion from these CDC Injury Center audio podcasts.

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Show your support to preventing TBI and concussion by using a Heads Up web button or banner.

Choose a button and then copy and paste the code into your Facebook or MySpace page, Web site, portal home page, or blog. If you have JavaScript enabled, you may also use the Copy Code button.

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Heads Up Film Festival


Heads Up Film Festival


Heads Up Concussion in high school sports.


Heads Up Concussion in Football

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More social media from the CDC Injury Center

 

CDC Injury Center and Lifetime Television Partner to Raise Awareness about Traumatic Brain Injury

army wivesIn a recent episode of Lifetime Television’s show Army Wives, lead character Joan, played by Wendy Davis, was diagnosed with a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) sustained from a bomb blast while on active duty in Iraq. The leading cause of injury among U.S. forces serving in Afghanistan and Iraq is TBI. One of the agencies that helped to provide overall TBI information for this show is Centers for Disease Center (CDC)’s Injury Center.

Learn More about Our Efforts to Increase TBI Awareness

 

 
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