Football And Short-Term Brain Damage. Part 3 of 3

Football And Short-Term Brain Damage – Part 3 of 3

But a lot remains dark about head injuries in young children. “We need a study that includes a lot more kids than this. Parents should talk with their children about concussions. “Children should not play if they have had a concussion. Children should let an grown-up know when they think they have suffered a concussion. They should describe their symptoms and not keep playing because that is only going to make it worse helpful resources.

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