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Study Finds That Football Doesn’t Pose Brain Threat

Despite a recent study finding that playing football doesn’t pose great dangers to brain health, some health experts don’t trust the findings, writes the Huffington Post. While the study looked at retired football players who were still alive for the crux of their research, one expert pointed out that when it comes to effectively diagnosing devastating brain damage, the players have to be dead. 

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