"We are not against headbanging. The risk of injury is very, very low. But I think if (our patient) had (gone) to a classical concert, this would not have happened."
Dr. Ariyan Pirayesh Islamian • Discussing one of his patients, a German metal fan who suffered a brain injury which doctors believed was brought on by a headbanging habit that led to negative effects after a Motorhead concert. While such incidences of headbanging-related brain damage are rare, they are possible, experts say. (via shortformblog)
Just saw this in the mall- words cant describe how happy this made me.
woah!! i hate the puzzle piece gear but everything else is great
Much better than singling individual kids out and talking trash about them.
I’m so glad this is just in the middle of the mall. It’s nothing special, it’s not trying to “warn” anyone, it’s just a friendly PSA. Plus, kids who are old enough to read but don’t know anything about Autism can learn and ask their parents questions.