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For soccer players, heading may pose bigger risk than collisions

from Albert Einstein College of Medicine via HealthDay News

Heading the ball — not player collisions — may lead to temporary thinking declines in soccer players, a new study finds. Players who headed the ball the most did the worst on tests of attention and "psychomotor speed" (reaction time). High rates of heading were also linked with poorer results on a working memory task, but the association was not strong, the researchers found. more

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