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Is a simple blow to the head to be taken seriously?

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Is a simple blow to the head to be taken seriously?

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It is traumatic brain injury, and it affects an estimated 2 million people each year, occurring more frequently than breast cancer, HIV/AIDS, spinal-cord injuries and multiple sclerosis, according to the national Brian Injury Association. In fact, an estimated 5.3 million American children and adults, about 2% of the population, live with disabilities from such an injury, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Basically, no two brains are the same. And neither are two brain injuries. What is even confusing is that many brain injuries simply aren’t physically obvious, so many victims look the same as they did before the injuries.Concussions are the most common form of brain injury in sports. They have a variety of symptoms, some quite subtle. Early signs are confusion, dizziness, vomiting, headache and nausea. Some symptoms may not show up for days or weeks. And concussions are often ignored or inadequately treated because the person didn’t lose consciousness. Foll

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