Study raises questions about childhood concussions

09/22/2010 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

A study of college-age athletes found those who had suffered concussions years earlier had less activity in portions of the brain linked to attention, although they scored as well on tests as uninjured athletes. Researchers said the data raise questions about the effects of concussions in children.

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