Springsteen opens up about depression

Last week, Bruce Springsteen’s long-awaited autobiography “Born to Run” hit bookshelves across the country. Fans of Springsteen may think of the rock and roll legend as immortal. Writing, recording and churning out music for over 40 years, Springsteen or “The Boss” as he is affectionately called, is known for his legendary live shows, which can…

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Social Security Act

On August 14, 1935, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act, creating the Social Security Board. The agency got a name change to the Social Security Administration with the Reorganization Plan of 1946, establishing four program bureaus in 1965, This included a Disability Insurance program, established Supplemental Security Income or SSI in 1973…

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Brain injury affect a victim

As we turn to toward another Super Bowl, it is inevitable at one point discussions will turn towards the impact of brain injuries after the season, often following a play that involved a hard head-to-head tackle or hit. Traumatic brain injuries, commonly known as TBIs, are not exclusive to football or sports; in fact, TBI’s…

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