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TOPIC: Concussions: More Brain Damage in Kids With ADHD

Concussions: More Brain Damage in Kids With ADHD 27 Jun 2013 15:09 #219

Concussions May Cause More Brain Damage in Kids With ADHD
Posted June 25, 2013 by Alexandra Sifferlin


Children with attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may experience more disability after mild brain injuries than those without the condition, according to the latest study.

With more studies documenting the potentially long-lasting effects that concussions and mild brain injuries can have on intellectual skills, researchers from the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh decided to investigate how youngsters with ADHD may be affected by falls or trauma to the brain that often occur during high-contact sports such as football and soccer. Previous work suggested that ADHD can make children more prone to traumatic brain injuries, and that severe enough injuries can also contribute to a form of ADHD. So they focused on all children who were admitted to their hospital for mild head injuries from 2003 to 2010.

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Continue reading: http://healthland.time.com/2013/06/25/concussions-may-cause-more-brain-damage-in-kids-with-adhd/
Last Edit: 25 Jul 2015 03:20 by michael.bailey.
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