We tend to think of football players as healthy
and strong, but a new study suggests that they may be prone to future heart troubles.
I’m Shelby Cullinan with your latest health news. This study compared college football players
to other college students who did not play the game. The study found that though the
non-players had higher blood pressure, the football players had stiffer arteries, a possible
sign of heart problems down the line. Speak to a doctor about protecting yourself