There is a lot we don’t know about concussions, but today comes a new study which confirms what we have suspected for a long time: the more concussions in children , the longer it takes to recover. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr Dave Hnida has some advice for parents.
If you’re one of those people who believe “getting your bell rung” is a minor injury, think again. The largest study of its kind shows hits to the head add up, causing brain damage as early as the teen years. Dr. Dave Hnida has some advice for parents.
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