About 30 Percent of Retired NFL Players in Cleveland Clinic Study Have Enlarged Aortas

Cleveland Clinic researchers found that a group of retired National Football League (NFL) players have significantly larger aortas when compared to men in the general population. The clinical significance of these findings is unknown and will require further evaluation, researchers said, though enlarged aortas are a known risk factor for life-threatening aortic dissections or aortic … Read More