We have all seen the recent headlines of fans at baseball games being hit in the head – accidentally – by a foul ball. We are particularly struck and saddened when these fans are children. One of these incidents occurred not far from here in Houston during an Astros game against the Chicago Cubs in
News about TBI (traumatic brain injuries) and concussions.
Could there be a link between a TBI (traumatic brain injury, like a concussion) suffered early in childhood and ADHD later on? New research hints that may be a possibility. A recent study published in JAMA Pediatrics suggests that young children hospitalized with a head injury may be at a greater risk for developing ADHD
A new study claims that the number of concussion injuries may be much higher than reported. This is because most children who suffer a concussion are not seen in a hospital emergency room where the injury is most often reported. Data from 8,100 children under the age of 18 were evaluated for the study. It found