As a 3-year-old, Patrick Grange reportedly loved to toss a soccer ball into the air and practice heading it into a goal. Grange specialized in the skill throughout high school, college and a semi-professional career. That career ended when he died from brain damage at age 29.
Could soccer headgear have saved his life? Not if the damage came from heading the ball, a new study suggests. Continue reading Can Soccer Headgear Reduce Brain Injuries?