Concussions can have lasting impact on children's cognition, sleep

04/21/2013 | DoctorsLounge.com

Sixty-one percent of 3,740 children who suffered a concussion reported a decline in their grades while in recovery, researchers from the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia found. Another study showed a substantial correlation between post-concussion symptoms and the severity of insomnia. Both studies were presented at the American Medical Society of Sports Medicine meeting.

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