Most U.S. Pro Football Players Suffer Severe Neurodegenerative Disease, NFL Study Reveals

Most U.S. Pro Football Players Suffer Severe Neurodegenerative Disease, NFL Study Reveals
National Football League athletes might be at increased risk of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a brain condition linked to dementia and abnormal behavior. A recent study published in JAMA found that 87 percent of investigated players had signs of brain damage after death. Dementia was diagnosed in 85 percent of those with severe CTE, 32 percent of

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