Concussions in early life tied to cognitive issues decades later: twins study

A study of male twins finds that a history of lifetime concussion is linked to faster mental decline in late life.
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Traumatic brain injury is associated with cognitive decline later in life, shows a US study of twins.

A history of traumatic brain injury (TBI), including with loss of consciousness and older-age injuries (sustained over the age of 25) were linked to lower cognitive scores at age 70 years, according the study in Neurology.