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Heading a football could cause cognitive impariment

A study conducted by the England Football Association in partnership with the University of Nottingham has uncovered a concerning link between repetitive heading in football and cognitive impairment in later life. The comprehensive study involved assessing 459 retired players aged 45 and above. Strikingly, those players who reported a higher frequency of heading displayed lower scores on the cognitive status assessment test, highlighting the potential risks associated with this aspect of the sport.

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