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Does heading a soccer ball cause brain disease in both men and women?
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Does heading a soccer ball cause brain disease in both men and women?

Soccer, one of the world's most popular sports with more than 200 million players, has been linked to chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a degenerative brain disease found in those with a history of repetitive brain trauma.

A study is looking at the consequences of these repeated impacts in former professional female soccer players. Read more about it here.

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