Head injury linked to violent behaviour

Young people who have sustained a head injury during their lifetime are more likely to engage in violent behaviour.

The study, from the University of Michigan, found that young people who were knocked unconscious, suffered a concussion or a fractured skull, were more likely to report violent behaviour, particularly if the head injury was recent.

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