03/07/2013 06:21 pm ET Updated May 07, 2013

Brain Damage Found In College Football Players Who Didn't Suffer Concussions, Study Suggests

Concussions sustained on the football field and in other sports have been linked to brain trauma and a disease that can cause Alzheimer's-like symptoms in athletes once their playing days are over. A new study of college football players, however, suggests even in the absence of concussions, players may suffer long-term brain damage.

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