Health--Former Pro Football Players Developing Early Dementia Due to Repeated Head Injuries
Early Onset Dementia Apparently Results from Repeated Head Injuries
The New York Times reports on recent steps the NFL and the player's union are taking to provide financial support for former NFL players who have developed dementia in their forties and fifties, apparently as a result of repeated brain concussions while they were players.
John Mackey, left, and Ralph Wenzel have no memory of playing togtether on the San Diego Chargers in 1972
Head Injury is Third Most Common Cause of Dementia, after Infection and Alcoholism and
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