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Sports and Mental Health

Sports can do wonders for mental health, but it can also have some downsides. Let's explore the relationship between sports and mental health.

Coronavirus

How Can The 2020 NFL Season Happen Safely?

With the COVID-19 pandemic, many things have been shut down - including sports. Many are asking: how can the 2020 NFL season happen safely?

Professional

My Favorite Athlete Has An ACL Injury – What Does That Mean?

ACL injuries are relatively common in sports like soccer, football, basketball, and baseball - what does it mean when your favorite player has a tear?

Exercise

Cardiological Health Dangers of Steroids

Steroids may be tempting for athletes to get an edge but they can have devastating effects on your body, including your cardiological health.

Professional

Mental Health Stigma Among Elite Athletes

Mental health stigma is a real problem among the general population and especially with elite athletes but there are promising solutions.

Nutrition

Is Carb Loading Truly Beneficial For Athletes?

Carb loading is a very specific athletic diet strategy where they lighten up their workout routine or rest completely before competition and eat carbs. Does it work?

Professional

Pro Soccer Players and Dementia: Is There A Concern?

A new study showed a connection between professional soccer players and diseases like Parkinson's and Alzheimer's.

Injuries

Higher Rates of Atrial Fibrillation in Former NFL Players

According to new research by the American Heart Association, former NFL players are 6 times more likely to have atrial fibrillation (AFib) than similarly aged men who did not play football.

Professional

Football and Concussions: The Facts

Concussions are a big issue in football. What are some ways to avoid getting hurt?

Heart Health

Can Watching Sports Cause a Heart Attack?

Research is now discovering links between increased heart attack risks and watching sports.

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