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Stronger, Bo(u)lder: Rock Hugging Against Depression

Bouldering envisioned as new treatment for depression ...

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Oi, Lazybones! Get Moving Before Your Legs Melt

Inactive teens develop weak bones, study finds ...

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Track My Tendons! Keeping Tabs on Damaged Tissue

University of Utah bioengineers detect early signs of damage in connective tissues such as ligaments, tendons and cartilage...

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Shared Pain, Shared Gain: The Science of Sacrifice

Power of shared pain triggers extreme self-sacrifice ...

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Neurocinematic Testing – The Applications

We know that certain stimuli can provoke certain reactions. How can we use that knowledge though? ...

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Sitting Will Kill You. Eating Toast Will Kill You. What Now?

Too much sitting, too little exercise may accelerate biological aging ...

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Motocross Kids Get Injured Often – End This Madness!

Study finds youth motocross racing injuries severe despite required safety gear ...

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It’s Not Fat, It’s Just Resting Muscle! Men’s Hidden Body Dissatisfaction

Men's hidden body fat fears fueling gym attendance ...

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Silver Linings: No Longer a Football Widow

Abba were right: breaking up is never easy. Nevertheless, it does come with some benefits...

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Stretch, Spring…. Soap. The Unexpected Danger of Gymnastics

Study links gymnastics equipment with exposure to dangerous flame-retardant chemicals ...

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Excessive betting adverts and collaborations: the bane of sports?

Is the gambling industry killing the sports it sponsors?...

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Acoustic Researchers Rid Golf Courses of Clanging Bores (well, some of them)

Acousticians track down the reason a type of driver creates a loud clang when it strikes the ball...

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Eat Less, Exercise More. No. Exercise More, Exercise More. What Really Beats Obesity?

Exercise, more than diet, key to preventing obesity ...

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Elastic Bandage and Titanium Screws: Counting the Cost of Skateboard Injuries

Study finds skateboarding sent about 176 youths to US Emergency departments every day ...

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Too Much, Too Soon. How High Intensity Training Could Hurt You

Warning: High-intensity training could hurt you if you're not an athlete ...

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Keep Those Leg-Hinges Smooth and Silky with Knee Botox

Researchers use Botox-like injection to treat runners and cyclists with knee pain ...

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Rooting for You: Beetroot Shots for Brains and Brawn

Drinking high nitrate beetroot juice improves both sprint performance and decision-making during prolonged intermittent exercise such as rugby and football...

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Coaches Can Help Prevent Sports Injuries

Teaching coaches about the prevention of sports injuries and contact restrictions pays off, say researchers who tracked injury rates among youth football players...

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Sporting or Marital, Which Cheat is Worse?

When fans and consumers can separate an athlete's immoral behavior from their athletic performance, they're much more forgiving. ...

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Walking Wins for Health and Happiness

Walkers experienced improvements in lung power, overall physical functioning, and general fitness, and were less depressed....

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Nano-Engineering New Knees…. Nice!

Medical researchers may have found a way to integrate an artificial ligament with native bone using nanotechnology. ...

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No Olympic Medals? Get Your Women Out of the Kitchen.

Gender equality is the most significant and robust predictor of a country's Olympic success after gross domestic product...

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Stop Snakeoil Sports Sponsorship

For sponsors, event endorsement conveys the message that their products are integral to sporting engagement and achievement. ...

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Winning Is Boring

Winning isn't everything, and in fact can even be a bit boring....

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Brompton World Championship

The Brompton World Championship is a serious endeavour. Fun and colourful yes, but also earnest and limit pushing....

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A Commonwealth Of Homophobia

42 of the 53 countries that make up the Commonwealth continue to criminalise homosexuality...

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Ice Hockey : Burn Out By 30

Study identifies when the clock runs out on an NHL player's peak performance...

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Athlete’s Urine : Aged for 10 Years

Samples taken from athletes to spot signs of doping should be stored for 10 years, to enable technology to catch up with substances that currently evade detection...

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Short Fused Sports Coaches Need Hugs

The notoriously short fuses of some sports coaches could be explained by excessive concern with how they will be seen by others...

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Football, Freedom, America

Last Sunday, America played America in the most American football freedom thing you can ever watch because AMERICA....

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