Study Reveals How Concussions Can Trigger Depression | TIME.com

Two new research projects – one published this month and another that is still preliminary – suggest why some professional football players, particularly those that get concussions, may be more vulnerable to developing depression.

For both studies, researchers focused on a group of 34 retired NFL players, aged 41 to 79 and living in north Texas.

via Study Reveals How Concussions Can Trigger Depression | TIME.com.

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