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High disease load reduces mortality of children

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16-Apr-2014

Trans-generational defense mechanism in humans proved

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Teens who have concussion face higher risk of self-harm, bullying

Watch video above: Study finds teens who have had a concussion have higher rates of suicide attempts. Carey Marsden reports. 

TORONTO – New Canadian research is shedding light on overlooked aspects of living with a concussion: on top of brain injuries, teens are also at a greater risk of attempting suicide, bullying or trying drugs. 445 more words

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