Former NFL Players Who Sustained Repeated Concussions Are More Likely To Be Depressed

From ThinkProgress Tue Jan 22 2013, 12:00:52

Football safety has come under increased scrutiny over the past several years, as mounting scientific research suggests that NFL players who have sustained repeated head trauma are more likely to develop fatal brain diseases. And new research adds yet another dimension to the debate: concussions could be linked to depression, putting former NFL players at [...]

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