Minor concussions a big blow to young children
Head knocks as a child are by no means uncommon. New research from the United Kingdom has found a link between concussions in childhood and negative medical and social outcomes as an adult. The study found that the more serious the brain injury, the worse the outcomes in adulthood.
Director of the Queensland Brain Institute Professor Pankaj Sah joined presenter Sam Baran to talk about what could happen if a child receives a head knock.
Producer: Geloto Dilonardo