I Played Youth Football For Years, What Will They Find in My Brain?

“Parents have a really hard decision to make, and they can’t say the science is there yet to make an easy decision based on just one study,” Robert Stern, a senior author on the study, told the Boston Globe. “At the same time, there is growing research on the effect of football on the brain, and we can’t ignore it. I’m at a point where I feel comfortable saying that, based on logic and common sense and the growing totality of the research, I don’t think kids should be playing tackle football.” Click Here for the full article on Esquire.