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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 - January 2013 Archives


Study offers new insights into the mechanics of muscle fatigue (1/23/2013)

A study in The Journal of General Physiology examines the consequences of muscle activity with surprising results, indicating that the extracellular accumulation of potassium that occurs in working muscles is considerably higher than previously thought. ...> Full Article


Risk factors identified for prolonged sports concussion symptoms (1/22/2013)

Risk factors identified for prolonged sports concussion symptomsClear, identifiable factors signal whether an athlete will experience concussive symptoms beyond one week. Athletes who have four or more symptoms at initial injury were more likely to have persistent concussive symptoms. Drowsiness, concentration difficulties, nausea and sensitivity to light and noise were also associated with longer-lasting concussive symptoms. There was little correlation between loss of consciousness and persistent symptoms. Risk factors for prolonged concussion symptoms differ for football and non-football sports concussions. ...> Full Article


Researchers find variation in foot strike patterns in predominantly barefoot runners (1/21/2013)

A recently published paper by two George Washington University researchers shows that the running foot strike patterns vary among habitually barefoot people in Kenya due to speed and other factors such as running habits and the hardness of the ground. These results are counter to the belief that barefoot people prefer one specific style of running. ...> Full Article


Can acupuncture improve exercise performance and post-exercise recovery? (1/17/2013)

Can acupuncture improve exercise performance and post-exercise recovery?The effects of acute acupuncture applied during exercise on performance factors such as power and blood pressure and on the body's ability to recover post-exercise were evaluated in a review article published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. ...> Full Article


The muscle response of footballers depends on their position on the field (1/16/2013)

The muscle response of footballers depends on their position on the fieldFootball players display different muscle response parameters depending on the position that they hold on the pitch, according to a study conducted by a team of Spanish researchers which has been published in the Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology. ...> Full Article


Battle of the sexes: Who wins (or loses) in ACL ruptures? (1/15/2013)

Female athletes are three times more likely to suffer from anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) ruptures, one of the most common knee injuries, compared to male athletes. ...> Full Article


To protect against injuries, young athletes may need to play more just for fun (1/14/2013)

One way to avoid injuries in young athletes may be for them to simply spend more time in unorganized free play such as pick-up games, a Loyola University Medical Study has found. ...> Full Article


Cruise Control sets runners on right 'note' (1/13/2013)

A new app based on technology designed in Simon Fraser University's Locomotion Lab is helping runners to more effectively -- and enjoyably -- reach and maintain their pace or heart rate goals. ...> Full Article


Cognitive deficits from concussions still present after 2 months (1/12/2013)

Cognitive deficits from concussions still present after 2 monthsThe ability to focus and switch tasks readily amid distractions was compromised for up to two months following brain concussions suffered by high school athletes, according to a study at the University of Oregon. ...> Full Article


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