What Do Suicide, Addiction, Unemployment, and Crime Often Have in Common?: A History of Head Trauma Could Be The Cause

Karen Kinzle Zegel, MA

CTE (Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy) is the silent epidemic affecting millions of lives and families across this country.

It is in almost everyworkplace, school, and family. It is prominent in jails, rehabilitation centers,and mental health facilities. It is playing a part in the life of every American. We just don't know it yet. CTE is 100 percent preventable. Learn how you can recognize it, play a role in better treatment, and, most importantly, prevent it.