Professional footballers are three and a half times more at risk to dementia, study shows
Yesterday it was announced that the Scottish Football Association will be banning children under the age of 12 from heading footballs due to links with dementia. The Association is currently finalising plans and it is understood the ban could be introduced within weeks. The decisions follows a study by the University of Glasgow which found that professional footballers are three and a half times more likely to suffer from dementia and other serious neurological diseases. According to Dementia...
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