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Published: September 8th, 2017

CTE: How repeated head blows affect the brain

Researchers are tackling fresh questions about a degenerative brain disease now that it has been detected in the brains of nearly 200 football players after death. As a new NFL season gets underway, here’s a look at what’s known about CTE. (Sept. 7)

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