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Since January 2021, the University of Memphis BRAIN Center has provided free mental health services for trauma patients at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. The trauma care team includes (from right) Dr. Kiersten Hawes, Dr. Eraina Schauss, Dr. Regan Williams, graduate students Caitlynn Frazier and Sydnie Roberts. (Lisa Buser/Courtesy Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital) Since January 2021, the University of Memphis BRAIN Center has provided free mental health services for trauma patients at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. The trauma care team includes (from right) Dr. Kiersten Hawes, Dr. Eraina Schauss, Dr. Regan Williams, graduate students Caitlynn Frazier and Sydnie Roberts. (Lisa Buser/Courtesy Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital)

Brains vs. Trauma

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Health Care

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Government Spending

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Criminal Justice

MPD withdraws its request to decertify Colin Berryhill despite outstanding allegations of Taser abuse

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