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Are the world's religions ready for ET?Are the world's religions ready for ET?

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Biologists delay the aging process by 'remote control'Biologists delay the aging process by 'remote control'

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Athletics Therapy - August 2012 Archives


ECG is a cost effective method for diagnosing cardiac abnormalities in young athletes (8/28/2012)

Cardiovascular screening with ECG in young athletes is a cost effective way of diagnosing cardiac abnormalities, at just 138 Swiss Francs (about 115) per athlete. ...> Full Article


Coconut water is an excellent sports drink -- for light exercise (8/21/2012)

Coconut water (Coconut liquid endosperm) is widely consumed in many countries as a refreshing beverage but its unique chemical composition of electrolytes and nutrients can make it a good natural substitute of sports drink. This study explores the nutrients in Coconut water (Coconut liquid endosperm) to know how much people were replenishing compared to sports drinks in the market. ...> Full Article


The IOC Manual of Sports Injuries (8/16/2012)

Created in collaboration with the Medical Commission of the International Olympic Committee, this exciting new book provides an extensive guide to the diagnosis, management, and continued care of patients with sports injuries. ...> Full Article


Crossing 5+ time zones more than doubles illness risk for elite athletes (8/12/2012)

Elite athletes who cross more than five time zones to compete are around two to three times as likely to get ill as when they compete on their home turf, suggests research published online in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. ...> Full Article


New study: Running mechanics, not metabolism, are the key to performance for elite sprinters (8/7/2012)

Contrary to traditional scientific understanding, sprint and endurance exercise differ fundamentally in the relationship between exercise mechanics, metabolism and performance, according to new research from the University of Montana and Southern Methodist University, Dallas. Prevailing theory holds that the availability of metabolic energy limits the performance of sprinters and endurance runners alike. But new findings indicate that sprinting performance is limited by musculoskeletal forces and the rapidity with which those forces are impaired by fatigue. ...> Full Article


Recurring shoulder instability injuries likely among young athletes playing contact sports (8/6/2012)

Summer is a peak season for many sports, and with that comes sport-related injuries. Among those injuries is shoulder joint dislocation. ...> Full Article


Usain Bolt could break his own record with the help of altitude and the wind (8/5/2012)

Imagine the following situation. The 100 meters finals in the London Olympic Games. The Jamaican Usain Bolt wins. Up to this point everything sounds normal except for the fact that he would break his own record again with a time of 9.48 seconds. According to the New Zealand researchers, this would be his record if there were a two meter per second tailwind (maximum allowable wind) and the race took place at an altitude of 999 meters. ...> Full Article


Asthma is the most common chronic disease among Olympic athletes (8/2/2012)

Based on data from the last five Olympic games, a study by the University of Western Australia has identified those athletes with asthma and airway hyper-responsiveness. With a prevalence of around eight percent they are the most common chronic conditions among Olympic athletes, and could be related to intense training. ...> Full Article


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