Concussion repercussions...

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    Concussion repercussions



    :lol: This is funny!!!
     
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    Concussion increases suicide risk...

    Concussion increases suicide risk
    Feb. 8, 2016 - The risk increases for each concussion, researchers found.
     
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    To AmericasBrave58: I cannot see a problem here:

    The concussion Hillary Clinton suffered in December 2012 that led to a serious blood clot requiring hospitalization may also have caused her to suffer post-concussion syndrome, with symptoms including confusion, headaches and dizziness, warns a prominent Florida physician.

    Physician warns Hillary suffering post-concussion syndrome
    Posted By Jerome R. Corsi On 02/12/2016 @ 8:33 pm


    Physician warns Hillary suffering post-concussion syndrome

    They can always do a lobotomy and Hillary will remain the same.
     
    • Funny and Agree!! Funny and Agree!! x 1
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    Tryin' to make football safer...
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    Texas to launch massive youth-athlete concussion study
    December 11, 2016 — This week, Texas will launch what state officials say is the nation's largest effort to track brain injuries among young athletes.

     

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