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Athletics Therapy - April 2012 Archives


New mouthpiece found to reduce stress levels after strenuous exercise (4/27/2012)

Mouthguards are used by almost everyone participating in sports. These devices, typically purchased over-the-counter and used on the upper teeth, are designed to protect against broken teeth and an injured tongue. ...> Full Article


Olympic boxing may damage the brain (4/25/2012)

Olympic boxing may damage the brainOlympic boxers can exhibit changes in brain fluids after bouts, which indicates nerve cell damage. This is shown in a study of 30 top-level Swedish boxers that was conducted at the Sahlgrenska Academy at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, in collaboration with the Swedish Boxing Federation, published in PLoS ONE. ...> Full Article


Newly recognized feature of athlete's heart found to be more prevalent in black male athletes (4/24/2012)

Left-ventricular hyper-trabeculation-- a feature of certain cardiomyopathies (chronic disease of the heart muscle) -- has been found to be more common in black, male athletes according to a new study presented today at the World Congress of Cardiology. ...> Full Article


Breaking point: When does head trauma in sports lead to memory loss? (4/20/2012)

A new study suggests there may be a starting point at which blows to the head or other head trauma suffered in combat sports start to affect memory and thinking abilities and can lead to chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, in the brain. The research was released today and will be presented as part of the Emerging Science program at the American Academy of Neurology's 64th Annual Meeting in New Orleans April 21-28, 2012. ...> Full Article


Football helmet sensors help researchers demystify concussion in young athletes (4/19/2012)

Even two years later, Sarah Clark grimaces sheepishly and insists she mishandled the concussion her oldest son sustained in ninth-grade football. ...> Full Article


Football-related catastrophic brain injuries on the rise (4/18/2012)

Catastrophic brain injuries associated with full-contact football appear to be rising, especially among high school students, according to a new report. ...> Full Article


Nearly 30 percent of all college athlete injuries a result of 'overuse' (4/16/2012)

Nearly 30 percent of all college athlete injuries a result of 'overuse'Overuse injuries -- found most often in low-contact sports that involve long training sessions or where the same movement is repeated numerous times -- make up nearly 30 percent of all injuries sustained by collegiate athletes.And a majority of overuse injuries (62 percent) occurred in females athletes, according to a new study published in the current edition of the Journal of Athletic Training, the National Athletic Trainers' Association scientific publication. ...> Full Article


Students focus on creating a better cervical collar (4/15/2012)

Rice University students have invented a cervical collar they hope will be a better and safer version of those used to stabilize the heads and necks of accident victims. ...> Full Article


How Usain Bolt can run faster -- effortlessly (4/9/2012)

How Usain Bolt can run faster -- effortlesslyUsain Bolt can achieve faster running times with no extra effort on his part or improvement to his fitness, according to a study published today in Significance, the magazine of the Royal Statistical Society and the American Statistical Association. Cambridge professor of Mathematical Sciences John D. Barrow illustrates how, based on concrete mathematical evidence, Bolt can cut his world record from 9.58 seconds to 9.45. ...> Full Article


Psychological testing may predict success in soccer (4/6/2012)

Measuring what are known as executive functions, which reflect the cognitive ability to deal with sudden problems, may make it possible to predict how good an elite soccer player will become in the future. This has been shown by a new study from Karolinska Institutet in Sweden. Scientists believe for the first time that they have found the scientific key to what has previously been described as "game intelligence" in successful soccer players. ...> Full Article


Golfers can improve their putt with a different look (4/5/2012)

Golfers can improve their putt with a different lookGolfers looking to improve their putting may find an advantage in visualizing the hole as bigger, according to a new study from Purdue University. ...> Full Article


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