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Researchers from a university in the UK have that playing soccer can the mental health of players. A team of experts from Glasgow University that former professional football players are three and a half times more likely to of dementia than other people. The experts at whether or not heading a football could to brain damage. The research team looked into the deaths of 7,676 ex-soccer players who in Scotland professionally between 1900 and 1976. The team the deaths of the former soccer players to the deaths of 23,000 people who did not regularly football. They found that the football players from a lot more brain injuries.

The research was by the Football Association and the Professional Footballers' Association in the UK. The two associations the request after the death of English football player Jeff Astle in 2002. Mr Astle's family was he died as a result of playing football. Doctors his cause of death "repeated minor brain traumas". The doctors said this could with heading a soccer ball. Researcher Dr Willie Stewart said his research that former football players were more likely to from Alzheimer's disease, motor neurone disease and Parkinson's disease. He said they less likely to of common diseases, such as heart disease and lung cancer.

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