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February 2014 Archives

Brain injury can keep you out of work for months, if not more

Serious brain injuries happen nearly every day in Missouri. The Brain Injury Association of Missouri reports that residents suffer about 13,000 traumatic brain injuries each year that are so serious that they must be admitted to the hospital.

Disabled political candidates can now use proxies to register

A new law may help disabled political candidates in Missouri have greater visibility at the ballot box. Gov. Jay Nixon has signed a bill that will remove a disadvantage that many would-be office-holders face when registering for primaries.

Many SSD applications take years to resolve

Just about any legal proceeding that must go through a courthouse is going to take some time. Courts typically have a long list of people seeking to have their claims handled, and all of them are entitled to their day in court. Having said that, too many people in Missouri and around the U.S. are having to wait for years, simply to find out if they will receive Social Security disability benefits.

Research finds that sleep habits can be depression warning sing

It is common knowledge in Columbia that sleep can affect your mood. Staying up late can make many of us grumpy or moody the next day. Hopefully, we can catch up on sleep the next night, though many people in the U.S. are chronically sleep-deprived.

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