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Memory decline after head injury may be prevented by slowing brain cell growth

20:00 EDT 14 Sep 2017 | AAAS

(Rutgers University) Rutgers scientists say a new study indicates that the excessive burst of new brain cells after a traumatic head injury that researchers have traditionally believed helped in recovery could instead lead to epileptic seizures and long-term cognitive decline.

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