Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: No Increase In Brain Health Problems in Middle Age for Men Who Played Football in High School

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This is a drawing of a quarterback football playerStudy reveals there is no significant uptick in men who played high school football reporting problems with brain health in middle age compared to their peers who did not play sports. However, ex-football players were more likely to experience sleep problems and be prescribed medications for chronic pain during mid-life.