Concussions are an increasingly common and dangerous problem affecting people of all ages. Concussion treatment for teenagers is especially important because injuries that affect people in childhood set them up for a number of learning, emotional and health challenges that can affect them for decades to come.Read More
Teenagers have been told to ‘stop slouching and sit up straight’ since the dawn on time. However, modern technology makes the problem more serious than ever before. A 2006 survey of teenagers (14-16 years old) revealed that adolescents spent 1½ hours daily on computers and mobile devices (10 hours, 24 minutes per week).Read More
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