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Know the Signs - Concussion Safety
Do you know the signs of a concussion? In this eMedTV slideshow, we explain what a concussion is, why this condition requires immediate medical attention, and how you can spot signs of a concussion in your child.

Know the Signs - Concussion Safety
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What Is a Concussion?

If your child received a blow to the head, they may have a concussion and you don't know it. Concussions are not always obvious, and signs can show up weeks later after an injury. A concussion is a brain injury, period, and needs to be taken seriously. Watch for the following signs in your child, and if he or she reports any problems, seek immediate medical attention.


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