AAP updates its concussion recommendations for children
Treating concussions -- particularly children's’ concussions -- can be tricky business. Doctors and parents both often struggle to find the right balance between easing kids back into regular activities and taking more precautionary measures. However, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recently updated its concussion recommendations for children, making the treatment protocol much easier to follow and ensuring children receive the proper care.
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