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Headbanging Triggers CTE-Dementia in Soccer Pro’s Brain

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Professional athlete Patrick Grange died with CTE dementia. Learn the connection between CTE dementia and activities that are hard on the head.


CTE stands for Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy. Doctors are finding CTE to be a main cause behind the high rate of dementia in professional football players. Now, it is also appearing in soccer players. Here are the latest details.

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