Study: Spit Could Predict Concussion Duration

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Researchers have discovered five genetic molecules called microRNAs, found in the blood, spinal fluid and saliva, which were able to predict with 85 percent accuracy which test subjects would still be showing symptoms of concussion one month later. According to the NY Daily News, standard clinical surveys are only 65 percent accurate.

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