Soccer Players May Injure Brains When 'heading' Ball, Study Says

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Soccer Players May Injure Brains When 'heading' Ball, Study Says
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Soccer players who repeatedly strike the ball with their heads may be causing measurable damage to their brains, even if they never suffer a concussion, according to a study published Tuesday by the Journal of the American Medical Assn...

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