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Posts Tagged ‘TBI and ADHD’

By On July 20th, 2018

Athletes with ADHD may be at extra risk for depression and anxiety after concussion

A new small study suggests athletes with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may face unique challenges after a concussion, including increased risk of developing depression and anxiety symptoms. According to the findings, recently presented at an American Academy of Neurology conference in Indianapolis, college athletes with a history of both ADHD and concussion showed significantly higher scores…

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By On August 20th, 2015

Adults With History of TBI Have Higher Chance of ADHD Diagnosis

Recent research has indicated that children who experience traumatic brain injury are at heightened risk of attention-deficit hyperactive disorder, and now new research published today in the Journal of Psychiatric Research has found adults with a history of TBI face similar risks. The study found a “significant association” between adults who have experienced TBI at…

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