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  • School and Concussions for Teens


    A concussion can affect you at school because it's a type of brain injury. Doing schoolwork and being in a classroom can sometimes make things worse. Here's what to know about school and concussions.

  • Concussions for Teens


    How can you tell if you have a concussion? What should you do? And what's going to happen with sports and school? The facts are all on this site for teens.

  • Concussions for Teens


    Everyone should know the signs of a concussion and what to do. That way you can help yourself, a friend, a teammate, or a family member. This site for teens has the facts on concussions.

  • Concussions: Alex's Story for Teens


    Alex plays high school football, track, basketball, and lacrosse. He's had two concussions. Here, he talks about his experience and what he learned.

  • Concussions Factsheet (for Schools) for Parents


    What teachers should know about concussions and the healing process.

  • Concussions for Teens


    In a concussion, the brain shifts inside the skull. This can cause a sudden - but usually temporary - disruption in a person's ability to function properly and feel well. Here's what to do if you suspect a concussion.

  • Brain & Nervous System for Teens


    This section has information on conditions that affect the brain and nervous system.

  • Concussions - Nemours KidsHealth for Parents


    What is a concussion, and how can you help prevent one? Read here to learn more.

  • Concussions: Getting Better for Teens


    All body parts take time to heal, even brains.This article for teens has tips on what doctors often recommend to help people heal from a concussion.

  • Concussions for Parents


    Concussions are serious injuries that can be even more serious if kids don't get the time and rest needed to heal them completely.