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Children with Head Injuries are more likely to develop Depression - drugdiscovery.com
Children with Head Injuries are more likely to develop Depression - drugdiscovery.com


Children who have ever suffered brain injuries or other type of head injuries are more likely to develop depression later. Scientists think there is no directly link between brain injuries and further neurotic problems, but it it still worth to study the possible connection.
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Tags: possible, connection, depression childhood, brain injury - October 28, 2013
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