Studies: Effects of childhood brain trauma may continue for years

05/12/2009 | ScienceDaily

Children who suffer traumatic brain injuries may develop academic problems such as learning and memory disabilities as well as behavior issues, according to two studies. Some children did not seem to have disabilities after their injury but later developed behavioral problems; others never developed disabilities from their injuries.

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