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1 killed in Montana car crash

One man was killed in a two-car accident that occurred approximately 100 miles northwest of Bozeman on June 14. The accident happened at 1:40 a.m. on the northbound side of Interstate 15 close to Montana City. According to investigators, the collision happened because a car was stopped on the highway. Montana Highway Patrol suspects that alcohol contributed to the crash.

Link found between undiagnosed diabetes and heart attacks

Montana readers may be interested to learn that new research has revealed a connection between undiagnosed diabetes and heart attacks. The research was presented at the Quality of Care and Outcomes Research Scientific Session 2014 conducted by the American Heart Association.

Traumatic brain injuries can affect mood, cognitive function

Traumatic brain injuries affect millions of people in Montana and around the country each year, leading to a range of behavioral and cognitive issues. Around 2.5 million people experienced a traumatic brain injury in 2010, according to the Centers for Disease Control. They also contribute to injury-related deaths in around one in three people. These injuries don't just happen to athletes, and can result from something as simple as a bump or blow to the head.

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