Treating kids with severe concussions

Updated: Tuesday, October 29 2013, 12:22 AM CDT
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Doctors at Washington University say kids with severe concussion symptoms should not only be prevented from playing, they should be kept out of the classroom.
Symptoms include headaches and memory loss.
Researchers say patients should be kept at home in order to recover until their condition improves.
In severe cases, doctors say that can take up to three weeks.Treating kids with severe concussions
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