Children's Gerard Gioia, PhD, a pediatric neuropsychologist and the director of the Pediatric Neuropsychology Program, discusses concussions in girls sports in a Capital News Service story.
Dr. Gioia said, “If you look at sports that are similar in terms of how girls play it – soccer, basketball and baseball-softball – in those three sports, girls do have a higher incidence of concussions.”
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