Football's Most Dangerous Practice
For the National Football League, the news on head injuries gets worse and worse. New research that examined the brains of 91 deceased football players found signs of a disease called chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, in 96 percent of them. This is in line with much other evidence that the hazards of professional football extend well into players' retirement.
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