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New Research Bolsters Evidence Of Football-Related Brain Injuries

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football more evidence it can be tough on the brain C.B.S. is very bag not on the health one million four in ten retired N.F.L. players have evidence, a brain injury in a comprehensive study that included advanced M.R.I. scans Florida State neurologist Frank can needy says lineman had the highest rate Swiss for the supports the theory that it's the cumulative effect, to be concerned with most of the players here had been out of the N.F.L. less than five years average age thirty-six the findings are being presented that the American Academy of neurologist meeting,