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One in Five Teens Report Having Had a Concussion in Their Lifetime

A new University of Michigan study confirms what many hospital emergency rooms nationwide are seeing: Teens playing contact sports suffer from concussions.

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High School Football Participation Has ‘Peaked’, Further Declines Likely, Says CU Boulder Professor

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After a steady climb, boys participation in U.S. high school football peaked in 2009 and began a slow decline, a new analysis shows, The author says concerns about concussions are driving it, but swirling political controversies could make it worse.

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CU Boulder Researcher Available to Discuss Intersection of Politics and Football, New Analysis of Declining High School Participation

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Impact of Protests on NFL Brand? Baylor Sports Sales Expert is Watching How 'Generations,' Millennials Respond

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Fitbits Could Lead to Negative Impact on Pupils’ Well-Being, Study Finds

Pupils in secondary schools are reluctant to see fitness and health tracking devices such as Fitbits introduced into Physical Exercise lessons in schools and the device could potentially cause a negative impact on students’ overall well-being, research led by the University of Birmingham has found.

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Altitude Training for Cancer-Fighting Cells

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Training at altitude – meaning under low-oxygen conditions – turns athletes into super-performers. Likewise, Prof. Guy Shakhar has found, oxygen-starved T cells become super-effective at attacking cancer. These T cells could provide an immediate way to improve cancer immunotherapy.







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