Damage from Concussions in Young Hockey Players Last Longer than Thought

Your Health Minute

More study into concussions in young hockey players.

In Your Health Minute, young hockey players may take longer to recover after a concussion than previously thought.

Scientists in Canada studied 17 players who were diagnosed with a concussion during the season.

Three months later brain scans showed signs of damage long after other symptoms had cleared and they returned to the ice.

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