Managed to catch most of this in the gym on Sunday on a repeat. Wasn't as in depth as I thought it might have been, but I suppose if it was then it wouldn't have reached anywhere near the same total audience. The refusal to accept without cast iron proof seemed very reminiscent of stories from the past of the dangers of smoking or the like. I'd go the opposite way myself now, and would now be fully in support of banning heading from kids games until there's guaranteed proof that it *doesn't* potentially cause issues later in life.
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