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Taking Care: Kids & Concussion

By Kellie Heywood

While a bump to the head is usually no cause for panic, updated guidelines for managing children and adolescents who suffer concussion recommend taking a cautious approach to recovery.

Participating in sport offers children and adolescents terrific benefits, not only in terms of their health but for their social and all-round development. But accidents will happen and when it comes to concussion, knowing how to deal with the bumps and lumps of sports is important to safeguard young brains from long-term injury.

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