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Repeated Head Impacts Linked To Depression In Later Life

Repeated Head Impacts Linked To Depression In Later Life

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link between living patients exposed to repetitive head impacts and difficulties with cognitive functioning and depression years or decades later has been found in a study of 13,323 individuals.
The study provides further evidence to the risks involved with repeated head impacts in the sporting world, alongside consistently growing concerns over the past few years on the prevention and treatment of concus...

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