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By On June 25th, 2013

ADHD May Be Related To Longer-Lasting Brain Injury

According to a recent study, children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are much more likely to develop a moderate disability or more significant symptoms following traumatic brain injury. Senior author of the study Dr. Stephanie Greene began the study after noting that “some children with ADHD didn’t recover as well following a traumatic brain injury.”…

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By On October 22nd, 2012

Scientists Are Still Working To Define Concussions

It seems like everyone is familiar with concussions. We read about them all the time in sports, and most people know someone who has had one. It may be surprising then that researchers are still working to precisely define the brain injury. It is known that concussions can cause sleep, memory and general thinking issues,…

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