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Former NFL Player Partners with LifeBridge Health & Fitness and Baltimore City Police for Unique Youth Training Program

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The Joel Gamble Foundation (TJGF) is launching an exciting partnership with LifeBridge Health & Fitness and the Baltimore City Police Department designed to show inner city youth how to improve their athletic performance, their life skills and their self-confidence. The new initiative is part of TJGF’s established Health and Wellness Program, which was created to teach young men how to make healthy choices through exercise, nutrition and health care.

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Scripps Institution Of Oceanography, University Of California San Diego, Physical Oceanography

A Wave’s “Sweet Spot” Revealed

For surfers, finding the “sweet spot,” the most powerful part of the wave, is part of the thrill and the challenge.

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McEnroe's Backhanded Compliment Invites Expert Response on Women in Sports

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IU Expert Outlines Steps NCAA Should Take to Reduce Sexual Violence by Athletes

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The NCAA should enact rules aimed at reducing sexual assaults by athletes while more equitably punishing the perpetrators and their universities, according to a newly published article by an Indiana University expert.

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Brandon Hudgins, 2016 Olympic Hopeful & “Victory Over Vasculitis” Founder, at the Vasculitis Foundation's 2017 International Vasculitis Symposium

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Brandon Hudgins, an elite runner and autoimmune vasculitis patient, will be attending the Vasculitis Foundation's 2017 International Vasculitis Symposium, June 23-25, 2017, in Chicago. Hudgins was a qualifier for the 2016 Olympic Trials, and has the distinction of being only the 449th American to run a sub four-minute mile. Hudgins will be signing autographs and talking with other young adult vasculitis patients at the event.

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Study Links Late-Night Tweeting by NBA Players to Worse Game Performance

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Preliminary data from a new study suggests that NBA players had worse personal statistics in games that followed a late-night tweet between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m.

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The Medical Minute: The Many Health Benefits of Cycling

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Getting outside on two wheels can improve health and fitness, build muscles and boost your mood. Plus, for most people, it’s fun.

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One (Now) Nurse's Improbable Path

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North Carolina's Sally Rives set her course for a career in sports-related physical therapy. She knows her own mind, but it was nursing that won over her heart.

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New Research Explores Demand on Younger Rugby Union Players

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The running and collision demands change for rugby union players as they progress into an older age category, according to research by Leeds Beckett University.

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Innovative Approach to Carpal Tunnel Release Explored during AMSSM Annual Meeting

San Diego, CA – Marko Bodor, MD, delivered a Keynote speech discussing up-and-coming treatments of carpal tunnel syndrome at the 26th Annual Meeting of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine on Thursday, May 11, in San Diego, CA.







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