Soccer players who score using their head are more likely to suffer from cognitive impairments

Soccer players who score using their head are more likely to suffer from cognitive impairments
(Natural News) If you know anyone who plays soccer, tell them to stop using their heads to score a goal or intercept the ball. An American study warns that the impressive-looking practice of “ball heading” makes it more likely for soccer players to suffer cognitive problems, a Science Daily article states. Researchers from the Albert…
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