Benefits of a neurological study after a traffic accident

A new study has found that people who have been in a traffic accident are more likely to experience neurological problems later in life.

The study, which was conducted by the University of Colorado School of Medicine, looked at the medical records of more than 3,000 people who had been in a traffic accident and found that they were more likely to experience problems with their memory, attention, and executive function.

The study’s lead author, Dr. Sarah Raskin, says that the findings highlight the need for more research into the long-term effects of traffic accidents. She says that the findings also underscore the need for better safety measures to protect people who are involved in traffic accidents.

Raskin says that the findings should be a wake-up call for everyone who drives. «We all need to be much more careful when we get behind the wheel,» she says. «No text, no phone call, no email is worth risking your life or the lives of others.»