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    According to a new study, top-level college football players who have logged years in the game are more likely to have structural difference in the hippocampus region of the brain - which is key to memory, than non-players, writes The Washington Post.

    The Washington Post writes that the new research, conducted on 50 college-level football players and 25 non-playing peers, also found a link between longer years on the field and slower reaction times on cognitive tests.


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    Default Re: Football Impacts Memory - Regardless Of Whether Players Have A History Of Concussion

    I've already forgotten the Baldy years.


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    Default Re: Football Impacts Memory - Regardless Of Whether Players Have A History Of Concussion

    talk about large sample size.

    50 players compared to 25 non athletes. seems legit. /sarcasm off


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    Default Re: Football Impacts Memory - Regardless Of Whether Players Have A History Of Concussion

    You don't necessarily need a large sample size when the evidence is so overwhelming.


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