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Sports RDs Fueled by Bama Mentorship

In an unprecedented occurrence, each of the four football programs participating in the College Football Playoff will feature a sports dietitian (Sports RD) who spent time professionally or scholastically at the University of Alabama. Amy Bragg, Alabama’s Director of Performance Nutrition, has been with the Crimson Tide for eight seasons and has built one of the leading sports nutrition programs in the country.

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AMSSM Awards $300,000 Research Grant for Concussion Recovery Study

The American Medical Society for Sports Medicine and its Collaborative Research Network (CRN) are pleased to announce the recipients of the AMSSM CRN $300,000 Multi-Site Research Grant, which supports quality, multi-site research to address key priority areas within the field of sports medicine. John Leddy, MD, Christina Master, MD and William Meehan III, MD will serve as co-principal investigators for their research project titled “Sub-symptom aerobic exercise therapy to improve recovery from acute sport-related concussion: A randomized controlled trial.”

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ACSM, Smoking, Fitness, Exercise, Injury

Does Smoking Increase Risk of Musculoskeletal Injuries?

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Classroom Physical Activity Increases Learning Time for School Children

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Firefighters, Fitness, Exercise, Training, ACSM

Firefighters at Risk: The Importance of Maintaining Exercise for Health and Fitness

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ACSM, Protein, Women, Exercise, physical activty, Diet, Nutrition

Active Females: How Much Dietary Protein is Needed for Post-Exercise Recovery?

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High Blood Pressure, American College of Sports Medicine, ACSM Certification, ACSM

What’s Changed: New High Blood Pressure Guidelines

High blood pressure (hypertension) is redefined for the first time in 14 years by the American College of Cardiology and American Heart Association Task Force on Clinical Practice Guidelines.

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Sport, NBA, NBA draft, multisport athlete , Injury, Overuse injury, Basketball, Players, Knee Injury, Back Injury

Study of Elite NBA Players Re-Affirms Positive Impact of Playing Multiple Youth Sports

A study by UCSF Benioff's Children’s Hospitals sports medicine researchers finds that among elite NBA athletes, those who participated in multiple sports in high school had fewer injuries and longer careers, on average, than players who played only basketball in their adolescence.

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Fellows Selected for 2018 AMSSM Traveling Fellowship to Scandinavia

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AMSSM has selected Leonardo Oliveira, MD and Jason Zaremski, MD to serve as Junior Traveling Fellows for AMSSM's 2018 International Traveling Fellowship program tour to Scandinavia. Drs. Oliveira and Zaremski will join AMSSM Founder and Past President John Lombardo, MD, who will serve as Senior Traveling Fellow for the May 16-31, 2018 tour.

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Running, Sports Medicine, Marathon, Shoes

New Shoe Makes Running 4 Percent More Efficient, Sub-2-Hour Marathon Possible, Study Confirms

Eleven days after Boulder-born Shalane Flanagan won the New York City Marathon in new state-of-the-art racing flats known as “4%s,” University of Colorado Boulder researchers have published the study that inspired the shoe’s name, confirming that the shoes reduce the amount of energy used to run by 4 percent.







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