Boston University researchers find those who start playing before 12 twice as likely to develop emotional and cognitive difficulties as those who start later

Children who start playing American football before the age of 12 are twice as likely to develop emotional and cognitive difficulties compared with those who start later, a Boston University School of Medicine study found.

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