Study Finds Concussion in Teens, But Not Children, May Increase Later Risks of Developing MS

A large-scale study in Sweden suggests that teens (11-20 yrs) who experience head trauma leading to concussion, especially more than once, are significantly more likely to develop multiple sclerosis in later life. This association was not found in children (under 10 yrs) who had experienced concussion. MS occurs in people whose genes and other factors make them susceptible. Concussion may be another risk factor, but this finding does not mean that all teens who experience concussion will develop MS, and many people who develop MS have not experienced concussion. Read…

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