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Sports injuries don't damage long-term quality of life

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Last updated 1/17/2019 at 5:27pm

Over the weekend, scientists in the Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics released a study examining the “health-related quality of life” of teens who had suffered concussions or bone fractures while participating in sports.

The results indicated that while adolescents regularly reported lower quality of life during their initial recovery period, the deficits did not persist past their clinical recovery. Essentially, though their healing process sucked, once their injury healed they were fine.

I could have told you that.

While getting hurt isn’t ideal, I’d be willing to bet that hi...

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