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Head injuries like Michael Schumacher's triple risk of early death

London:  Amid reports that Michael Schumacher, the Formula One legend who suffered severe head injuries in a skiing accident on December 29, may never come out of coma, here comes an alarming study saying that traumatic brain injuries (TBI) triple the long-term risk of early death.A German publication had quoted medical experts as saying that Schumacher's condition is so grave that there is a chance he will not awaken, adding that doctors currently had no plans to try to rouse him from his coma. (Also read: Michael Schumacher was not skiing at high speed)According to researchers at Oxford University and Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden, survivors of traumatic brain injuries...
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