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People who have been to university are SEVEN times more likely to recover from a brain injury

Well-educated people have greater 'cognitive reserve', say U.S researchers This basically means the brain's 'muscles' are stronger and their brains are better able to function in spite of injury This means they're less likely to be permanently disabled after brain injury People who have been to university are better able to recover from traumatic brain injuries, new research suggests.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

Well-educated individuals usually have better diets and more resources.

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