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Brain Injury is the leading cause of death and disability yet largely unknown. Here at brain injury radio listen to shows every-night of those living with the effects of brain injury a different set of hosts every night! Something for everyone over 1000 episodes archived for your listening convenience .

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How is your Memorial Day going? Solemn? Picnicing, or just being outside for Spring? In thought? Like ANY other day for your own 'Memorial TBI' - being quiet and alone. We certainly like those days, I well understand. Especially while listening to an old (ok, classic) Eagles song - "I get a peaceful, easy feeling..." But this is Indianapolis, and it's Race Day! It's anything but peaceful around here - and the Downtown Milton Studio is 50-miles away from THE Track. The Greatest Specical in Racing takes over then Month of May. As is liked to say - "Visit, enjoy yourself, spend your money and get the hell out of town." I've learned to ignore most of the hoopla, it seems better for my stimuli. However, this is Indiana, and we grew up on Racing, er, Racin'. We have more tracks per capita than most countries do, let along states. Yes, there is a basketball court in all the parking lots, I'm sure. Brain Injury and Auto Racing go hand in hand (head on head?). Another reflection most Hoosiers and racing fans always have. It seemed to drift away. Personally, I know a large amount of 'backyard' racers whose weekend running laps is as well as dangerous as an explodinng IndyCar, to the skull. Blunt force be damned, remember, tremendous speeds also can cause "trememdous whiplash" which will effect the brain more than the neck. And these drivers? Neighbors, husbands (wifes), parents, thrill seekers and simply adults who grew up around the auto business. Competitiors. Kept at a level of performance that life has created. Let's meet one. Let's' also discuss Mt Lawn's donation to the HARD workers of the NC Miracle League Volunteers. And, Not to be overlooked is TMDS Med MJ Month. Listen, call.

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On tonight's broadcast is Dr Jonathon Jagid. Dr.Jagid specializes in the field of stereotactic neurosurgery and movement disorders and is Neurosurgical Director of the Deep Brain Stimulation Program at the University of Miami Hosting... more

Hey everyone, I'm proud to announce my partnership with the great Brain Injury Radio Team on Blogtalkradio... I will be doing a show there called Late Night with Joeygiggles every Saturday Night 10-1 am EST... featuring Kimmy Simonsen... more

SPECIAL EDITION - THE latenight GRIPE SHOW So you say you have a disability, yeah me too! All I can say is so what, sure it sucks and lots of things are not fair. We still must live life. It comes down to what we are going to... more

When you hear the word "Ironman" a couple things come to mind; a "Annual Competition" or the "Super Hero". Both require a great deal of time and energy but how do they relate to having a Brain Injury? Some people w/a Brain Injury... more

My guest tonight will give you an opportunity to meet a new host for part of the third Thursday of each month. Her name is Amy Eidenmiller, who survived a car accident in 1997, where she suffered a substantial brain injury, and then in 2004... more

Todd Trigstead will be discussing his movie Gridiron Gladiators:The History and Uncertain Future of American Football, which can be streamed from www.gridirongradiatorsmovie.com. Former NFL NY Jets & 49er's player, George... more

Dream Catchers - Live, Love, & Dreams fulfilled - LesPaul & Tae Have you ever felt like something is missing from your life or something bigger and better is waiting just around the corner but it always seems to stay just out of sight and... more

EES (Energy Enhancement System) - What is it? Find out how it helps Brain Injured People to heal. Fantastic Frank tells about his experience in the Heart Forgiveness Program he attended in April. Emily and Branden are veterans of... more

Changing with the times - with Craig Sicilia Sometimes we just have to change Hour 0 Monolog Going to talk about the changes we are making to streamline how things operate and the budget of various programs and services, how we... more
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