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Concussion Differences
In Boys And Girls

As a Mom, you often worry about your teens and want to keep them save in all their sport activities. Experts have recently been giving a lot of attention to concussions both in professional athletes and in kids. Researchers have taken a closer look at how these head injuries affect high school teens. They found differences between the concussions of the boys and girls. Find out more.

If you suspect a concussion in your child, be sure to seek immediate medical attention.

 
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