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Football and Dementia Risk: Mortality From Neurodegenerative Disease Higher in Former Professional Soccer Players (BBC News / Drake Foundation / NEJM / Bazian)

Summary The Football’s InfluencE on Lifelong health and Dementia risk (FIELD) study, based at Glasgow University and supported by The Football Association and The Professional Footballers’ Association, found that former Scottish professional football players tend to be over 3.5 times more … Continue reading

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Routine Soccer Heading Diminishes Memory Capacity in the Short-Term? (BBC News / EBioMedicine)

Summary Researchers at the University of Stirling have been able to demonstrate that heading a football twenty times during routine soccer practice can result in impaired cognition and memory; with performance being reduced by 41% – 67%, albeit with these … Continue reading

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