Serious Head Injuries Tied To Kids’ Inability To Interact With Others.

HealthDay (4/11, Preidt) reports that according to a study published in the April 10 issue of the Journal of Head Trauma, “serious head injuries may be linked to children’s lack of ability to interact with others.” After examining youngsters “who had suffered a traumatic brain injury three years earlier, most often in car crashes,” researchers found that children “with lingering damage in the brain’s frontal lobes had lower-quality social lives.”

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— “Social Skills a Casualty of Childhood Head Injury, Study Suggests,” Robert Preidt, HealthDay, April 10, 2014.

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