Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Melatonin Linked to Improved Brain Function in Child Concussion

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This shows a sleeping childResearchers identified a specific neural network that positively responds to melatonin following concussion in children. Results suggest melatonin may help compensate for normal brain function that has been interrupted due to injury caused by concussion and helps prevent sleep disturbances.