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  • Concussions for Teens


    How can you tell if you have a concussion? What should you do? And what's going to happen with sports and school? The facts are all on this site for teens.

  • Concussions for Teens


    Everyone should know the signs of a concussion and what to do. That way you can help yourself, a friend, a teammate, or a family member. This site for teens has the facts on concussions.

  • Concussions - Nemours KidsHealth for Parents


    What is a concussion, and how can you help prevent one? Read here to learn more.

  • Sports and Concussions for Teens


    As long as people play sports, there will be concussions from time to time. Find out how to protect yourself and what to do if you get a concussion playing sports.

  • Concussions for Teens


    In a concussion, the brain shifts inside the skull. This can cause a sudden - but usually temporary - disruption in a person's ability to function properly and feel well. Here's what to do if you suspect a concussion.

  • Concussions Factsheet (for Schools) for Parents


    What teachers should know about concussions and the healing process.

  • Concussions: Alex's Story for Teens


    Alex plays high school football, track, basketball, and lacrosse. He's had two concussions. Here, he talks about his experience and what he learned.

  • Concussions for Parents


    Concussions are serious injuries that can be even more serious if kids don't get the time and rest needed to heal them completely.

  • School and Concussions for Teens


    A concussion can affect you at school because it's a type of brain injury. Doing schoolwork and being in a classroom can sometimes make things worse. Here's what to know about school and concussions.

  • Concussions: Getting Better for Teens


    All body parts take time to heal, even brains.This article for teens has tips on what doctors often recommend to help people heal from a concussion.