Recovering from a Concussion


By Molly Clifton

A new study finds students who suffer concussions may need time off from the playing field and the classroom.

Doctors at Washington University say kids with severe symptoms, which can include headaches and memory loss, should be kept at home until they improve.

Researchers say students usually recover from a concussion within three weeks.

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