Study: Mood disorders common after traumatic brain injuries

10/19/2013 | DailyRx.com

A recent study finds that youths with traumatic brain injuries have an increased risk of developing mood disorders, such as depression. The risk of developing a mood disorder further increased when youths did not spend time in the hospital for their injury. Youths and young adults are likely to experience a traumatic brain injury after a traffic accident, assault or sports injury.

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