Many boys' and girls' sports hold the potential for concussions, with at least 1.6 million events each year. What's more concerning is that the diagnosis and treatment methods for concussions are varied and inconsistent, meaning the symptoms aren't always treated properly — and sometimes, not at all.
This infographic provided courtesy of Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies.
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