While recent news about athletes who have developed long-term brain damage related to sports injuries has been primarily focused on head-jarring sports such as football, hockey, and boxing, a new study suggests that soccer players may also be at risk of impairment because they use the head as a means of intercepting and propelling the soccer ball.
A new study suggests that soccer players may be at risk of impairment because they use the head to intercept and propel the soccer ball.
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