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Concussion in 20s could increase the risk of dementia by 60 per cent, Lancet study finds
by Laura Donnelly, Health Editor
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10 April 2018
On 10 April 2018 The Telegraph reported:
Suffering concussion or other brain injuries In your 20s could increase the risk of dementia by more than 60 per cent, a major study suggests. The new study by the Washington School of Medicine (in Seattle) tracked adults for almost four decades. The research on almost 3 million adults, published in the Lancet Psychiatry, follows increasing debate about the long-term consequences of blows to the head suffered in football and boxing.
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