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Check out the latest articles on concussions from our sports medicine experts.
After a head injury, athletes should be seen to see if they have a concussion. Red flags can determine if your kid has a serious condition.
Concussions can put an athlete at an increased risk for depression, irritability and isolation. Learn the warning signs.
Learn more about the youth sports concussion law (Senate Bill 40, or the "Jake Snakenberg Youth Concussion Act").
A recent study by concussion experts at Children's Hospital Colorado shows that kids may be exaggerating symptoms. Learn more.
Can concussions lead to neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s or Lou Gehrig’s Disease? Our experts explain.
At a soccer game, a ball hit Gabbie in the head and she suffered a concussion. Watch Gabbie's road to recovery in this compelling video.
Experts at Children's Hospital Colorado talk about minimizing the risk for Second Impact Syndrome.
Some athletics require athletes to take a test before competing on a team. But, these tests may not be as reliable as originally thought.
Children’s Hospital Colorado experts address five common myths about concussions.
Learn how to hep your child, student or athlete succeed in their recovery from a concussion.