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Football Players Hit by Brain Injuries Without Concussion.

College football players show signs of injury deep within the portion of the brain that helps control thinking and emotion, including those who haven't suffered concussions, researchers found. The greatest damage occurred in players who started young and suffered repeated concussions, a traumatic brain injury that typically stems from a blow to the head or violent shaking.

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A smaller hippocampal size is also associated with lower levels of omega-3 fatty acids in the blood. Perhaps, not surprisingly, supplementation with high-dose omega-3 fatty acids removes the rate of healing from severe brain trauma.

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