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Did you know that a blow to the head or a whiplash-type injury can have lasting impacts long after any immediate symptoms—headaches, dizziness, blurred vision—have resolved? In fact, a concussion can have consequences that remain or emerge decades later.

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“You are the one that possesses the keys to your being. You carry the passport to your own happiness.” - Diane von Furstenberg

Loss of smell is a common consequence of head trauma, and although it may sound inconsequential, it can be indicative of a serious problem. The area of the brain involved with smell (olfactory cortex) is near the memory centers, and they tend to deteriorate and die together.

Having trouble smelling things like peanut butter, lemon, strawberries, or natural gas is associated with a higher incidence of significant memory problems, according to the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease. #Mentalhealth 

Series of miscues leads to Keller's goal for Arizona. Coyotes beat Dunn back, waving off icing. Then Sanford with a chance to get it out, followed by Perron's turnover to Keller ... 1-1. #stlblues 

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