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Brain injury in teens alters behaviour: study

Denton Guyer and Georgetown players collide during a UIL Class 4A, Division I high school football championship game in Arlington, Texas, Dec.22, 2012. A new study has found that teens who have suffered a concussion or other traumatic brain injury report higher rates of harmful behaviours - and the finding is particularly evident among girls. THE CANADIAN PRESS/ AP/Matt Strasen

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