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endurance
May 23, 2022

University of Leeds Study Heart Health in Endurance Athletes

The University of Leeds project will see the men, all aged over 50, fitted with a small monitor under the skin on their chest to record their heartbeat. Below is an excerpt from a BBC News report on the University of Leeds study. ...


brain disorders
April 22, 2022

Study: College Football Players at Increased Risk of Brain Disorders

A recent report from The Boston Globe's Michael Silverman highlighted a new study that college football players have an increased risk of brain disorders. Below is an excerpt from The Boston Globe report. A new study of the later-life brain d...


reconstruction
April 1, 2022

New ACL Reconstruction Technique Shows Positive 2-Year Results

A new study by researchers at Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) in New York City presented last week at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) 2022 Annual Meeting found that a novel surgical technique performed during anterior cruciate ...


April 1, 2022

Study: Athletes at Higher Risk of Injury Post-Pandemic

Athletes returning to competition in their first season after the COVID-19 pandemic were at higher risk for noncontact and overuse injury, according to at least one presenter from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting. Shanno...


administrators
March 30, 2022

Study: 40% of School Administrators Threatened by Parents in 2021

According to a recently released technical report from the American Psychological Association (APA), school administrators across the country have seen an uptick in violent threats from parents during the COVID-19 pandemic. As one anonymous staff ...


eye
March 16, 2022

Eye Movements Could Indicate Athletes Who Suffered Concussions

Concussions continue to take up headspace in the minds of sports medicine professionals around the globe. Such is the case for Anthony Kontos, research director of the Sports Medicine Concussion Program at the University of Pittsburgh,  and colle...


council
March 16, 2022

Study: NCAA’s COVID-19 Mitigation Tactics Worked

A recent study published by the Journal of the American Medical Association indicates mitigation measures taken during the past two years by NCAA member schools have worked. A group of Stanford researchers conducted the first known study investig...


healthy
February 9, 2022

Keep Your Heart Healthy With Strength Training

Looking to keep your heart healthy in addition to the rest of your body? Keep reading. A recent column from Kyle Crouse, a certified strength and conditioning specialist, appeared on the website SouthTahoeNow.com and outlined the benefits of Perip...