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High-intensity strength and impact training attenuates skeletal aging
Regular strength and impact-type training may decrease or even prevent age-related bone deterioration in men, new research...
Summer water fun can bring drowning risks: How to stay safe
As you seek to cool down in a pool or at the beach this summer, always keep water safety for yourself and others in mind, ...
Exoskeleton reduces amount of work required to walk
A team of researchers at Queen's University in Canada has developed an exoskeleton that reduces the metabolic cost of walk...
Study links urinary incontinence in female athletes to low energy availability
Urinary incontinence (UI) is a common experience for female athletes that can significantly impact their enjoyment of and ...
Farm-work related injuries in South Korean agriculture can be reduced
As the Act on Farmers' and Fishers' Occupational Injury and Disease Insurance and Prevention was finally passed in 2016 as...
Athletes are not commodities, nor are they super human
Japanese tennis star Naomi Osaka took a stand this week that called attention to the mental health of professional athlete...
Top-level sportsmen may live 13 percent longer than the average man
Professional sportsmen may live up to 13 percent longer than those in the general population, a new statistical report has...
Cells burn more calories after just one bout of moderate aerobic exercise, study finds
In a recent study testing the effects of exercise on overall metabolism, researchers at Oregon State University found that...
A strong coffee half an hour before exercising increases fat-burning
Scientists from the Department of Physiology of the University of Granada (UGR) have shown that caffeine (about 3 mg/kg, t...