Amino Acids May Help Child Brain Injury Victims Improve Cognitive Functions December 11, 2009

We recently added a FAQ to our website about current research on amino acids and their potential value to brain injury victims.  To read more about how amino acids may treat the brain damage that affects cognitive functions in children, click here.

As the “leading cause of death and disability in young children,” (according to the Ivanhoe medical news website), traumatic brain injury is not to be taken lightly:  it can negatively affect a child’s memory, ability to learn, and other functions of the brain.  As an advocate for injured and abused children who have suffered brain damage, Chris Keane has experience working with the best medical experts in the field of child brain injury.  If you have questions regarding pediatric traumatic brain injury or child head injuries in general, contact Chris Keane online or at 888-592-KIDS for free answers and advice unique to your specific situation.

This post was written by Logan on December 11, 2009
Posted Under: Child Brain Injury News, Medical Information Regarding Child Brain Injuries

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