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17 % were between the age group of 11 and 13.

AHRQ: 39,000 school-age children treated for sports-related concussions at emergency departments Approximately 39,000 school-age children were treated for sports-related concussions at hospital emergency departments in 2008 – approximately 90 % of most emergency visits for that condition, based on the latest Numbers and Information from the Agency pertaining to Healthcare Research and Quality. Children ages 14 to 18 represented 58 % of the emergency visits treated for a sports-related concussion, 17 % were between the age group of 11 and 13 , 7 % were 6 to a decade old , and 8 % were 19 to 23 years old . Over fifty % of most patients did not lose consciousness.Related StoriesNew Global International and Energy Sustainability Group agree to manufacture, distribute MoringaUP Protein BarsDiscovery can offer clues to how some viruses control expression of genetic materialUnderstanding how schizophrenia affects workings of the brain’We attempt to find factors that would reduce the bacteria’s ability to bind to the epithelial lining of the intestine,’ said Taylor. ‘What’s interesting is definitely that we’ve identified one factor that works both in the environment and in the human body.