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The first rule of soccer is pretty obvious: don't use your hands. But soccer's signature move, heading the ball, can cause a detectable impact on players' brains. And according to a study published Tuesday in Radiology, female players are more…
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A new NIH study has found that children as young as 4 with ADHD symptoms maybe have atypical brain development. Read more.