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Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews ... and supplements--without realizing their risks for adverse events. Sports medicine doctors--and all physicians--should set them straight.

Source: Medscape
Published: 30 Apr 2021

Out of sight, out of mind: the invisibility of female African athletes in sports and exercise medicine research

In recent years, there has been a notable increase in the participation of females in sport, as well as professionalism of female sport.1 Sports and exercise medicine (SEM) literature has, however, failed to mirror this progress,

Source: BMJ
Published: 10 May 2021

Global Sports Medicine Market Size, Share, Outlook, Future Growth and Opportunities by 2026

According to the latest report by IMARC Group " Sports Medicine Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2021-2026 ", The global sports medicine market exhibited moderate growth during 2015-2020.

Source: MarketWatch
Published: 11 May 2021

Mines names Birney director of sports medicine

South Dakota Mines, in conjunction with Monument Health, announced Tuesday the hiring of Kaleb Birney as the assistant athletic director of sports medicine for Hardrocker athletics.

Source: Rapid City Journal
Published: 13 May 2021

Sports Medicine Market Projections 2025 By Top Players Tornier N.V., DJO Global, Arthrex, Bauerfeind AG, GE Healthcare

Escalating rates of injuries due to sport activities has helped expand sports medicine market outlook In recent years the number of people actively participating in sport activities has been increasing Also governments and private institutions have been promoting participation in

Published: 06 May 2021

Sports stars' kinesiology tape injury treatment makes 'no difference'

The findings, published in the journal BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine, suggest that kinesiology tape has no effect on ankle stability after the muscle activity of 27 individuals was analyzed ...

Source: Medical Xpress
Published: 23 Apr 2021

Fitness: COVID study another indication that exercise is medicine

and a study published in April in the British Journal of Sports Medicine offered another important example of why exercise is medicine. “We found that consistently meeting physical activity ...

Source: Montreal News
Published: 04 May 2021

Most Common Sports Injuries and How to Treat Them

One of the risks which exists when playing any kind of sport is an injury ... take on a heavy schedule of running and exercise. The best treatment is rest and cold compression with an ice pack. Over the counter medicine can also be used to manage pain ...

Source: HealthTech
Published: 04 May 2021

‘I do think of it as medicine’: 7 benefits of playing youth sports

Meanwhile, exercise is an inexpensive way to ... A 2014 study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine found that after-school sports reduce obesity by 1.8% among children ages ...

Source: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Published: 29 Apr 2021

How fit women burn fat differently to men, and what that means for exercise, diabetes and weight management

published in the International Journal of Sport Nutrition & Exercise Medicine, involved 73 healthy adults aged 19 to 63. It tested the lifestyle and biological factors for optimal fat burning by ...

Source: South China Morning Post
Published: 18 Apr 2021

If you expect to feel worse after exercise, you will

The study, titled “The Power of Words,” was published late last year in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise from researchers at the University of Southern Denmark. The study involved 83 ...

Source: SBS
Published: 30 Apr 2021

New study suggests exercise could protect against severe COVID-19

School of Medicine. To explore the possible impact of exercise on the risk of severe COVID-19, Sallis and his colleagues reviewed the medical records of 48,440 adults whose health care provider ...

Source: Today
Published: 21 Apr 2021

COVID-19 brought ‘new frontier’ to University of Northern Colorado, Banner sports medicine

Athletic training and sports medicine typically encompasses the care ... “These athletes push their hearts, they push their athletic abilities. Their exercise tolerance is quite high, but they push the workload on their heart more than the average ...

Source: The Greeley Tribune
Published: 24 Apr 2021

Sports and cardio fitness linked to improved children’s brain function, memory and grades

How workouts for kids improve their fitness and self-confidence The results, published in the journal Medicine & Science in Sport & Exercise, were based on tests conducted on 193 pupils aged ...

Source: South China Morning Post
Published: 30 Apr 2021

2020 Fitness Trends

is following fitness trends – forms of exercise that have been proven over the years to be effective. Each year, Thompson and his colleagues at the American College of Sports Medicine reach out ...

Source: U.S. News & World Report
Published: 30 Apr 2021

Exercise during COVID-19: Why physical activity can protect from severe illness, death

Physical activity and exercise have multiple known health ... A U.S. study published last week in the British Journal of Sports Medicine found that COVID-19 patients who were consistently inactive ...

Source: Global News
Published: 21 Apr 2021

MASTER CLASS: Try this medicine ball exercise at home

At this moment, I am surrounded by textbooks, biographies, family artifacts and photos of my beloved Kansas City sports ... a jump rope, exercise mat (for abdominal work) and a medicine ball.

Source: Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Published: 26 Apr 2021

Are Exercise Snacks the Next Big Thing for Weight Loss?

“Even for a single day of exercise snacks, the effect on improved metabolism are immediate,” says Jonathan Little, co-author of the study published in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercis

Source: Men's Journal
Published: 27 Apr 2021

Regular exercise can prevent severe COVID-19, study finds

According to a recent study, regular exercise can prevent severe cases of COVID-19. According to a report in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, scientists in California studied 50,000 people ...

Source: WCNC
Published: 30 Apr 2021

Resistance Exercise Improves Post-Meal Glucose Levels in Prediabetic Men

According to research – a “Single Bout of Premeal Resistance Exercise Improves Postprandial ... which appeared in the April 2021 issue of Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, the (2002 ...

Source: WWLTV
Published: 28 Apr 2021

According to Research, This Is How Much Exercise You Need To Do Every Week

While it's been known that exercise is crucial to a healthy lifestyle ... However, new research published in the journal British Journal of Sports Medicine has shed some light on the curious ...

Source: Men's Health
Published: 21 Apr 2021

Exercise pills: Should we use drugs that mimic benefits of a workout?

Despite a ban on its use in sports, the substance he has long ... but all of us. We know that exercise truly is the best medicine. Get your body moving, even a modest amount, and the rewards ...

Source: New Scientist
Published: 27 Apr 2021

MASTER CLASS: Exercise your imagination for a better workout

My beloved Kansas City sports ... exercise presents an opportunity to express individuality — it will fit into almost any workout setup. It challenges the core and upper body using only a ...

Source: Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette
Published: 03 May 2021

Cloth face masks during exercise limit performance and physical capacity, study finds

Cloth face coverings limit performance and physical capacity during exercise, a new study has ... published online in the British Journal of Sports Medicine (BJSM). It follows a controversy ...

Source: The Independent
Published: 18 Apr 2021

What’s the least you can do and still be healthy? The lazy exercise guide

“Or they can exercise for 30 minutes at a slightly ... in a paper published in the journal Sports Medicine, Dr Jonathan Peake, a lecturer at the school of biomedical sciences at Queensland ...

Source: The Australian
Published: 22 Apr 2021

What Determines Which Marathoners Get Heatstroke?

A pair of recent papers in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise explores the topic of heat stress in the Boston Marathon. Boston is a major outlier among marathons, with a traditional start ...

Source: Outside
Published: 02 May 2021