By Dr. Nicole Brady
An average of 1 to 2 million children and teens visit emergency rooms across the country for sport-related concussions.
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By Dr. Beth Coopman, PharmD
Though headaches, migraines and concussions can feel similar at times, each has a unique set of causes, symptoms, and may have different treatments.
By Fallon Schloemer, DO
While headaches are a temporary ailment, migraines are a chronic condition. Recognizing common migraine triggers and symptoms can help you avoid them.