Persistent Post-Concussion Symptoms Reported By Children And Teens May Be Exaggerated Or Feigned, Study Finds + MORE

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Some children and adolescents who continue to report symptoms weeks and months after suffering a concussion may be exaggerating or feigning symptoms in order to get out of schoolwork or sports or for other reasons unrelated to their injury, says a new study in the journal Pediatrics.
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To say that Mark and Cindy are struggling in their marriage would be the understatement of the year. They love each other and they’re committed to making things work, but they’re so far apart when it comes to their teenage children you could cut the tension around their house with a knife…

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