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Does amateur boxing cause brain damage?

...e study was extended to soccer players heading the ball repeatedly from long and high goal kicks. No increased levels of biochemical markers for brain damage in cerebrospinal fluid were found. "This data shows headings in soccer is not associated with any neurochemical evidence of brain damage," said Hiet...

'Shrug off' shoulder surgery myth, study suggests

...d clean and fitted with a plastic mount, while the ball at the top of the humerus bone in the arm is replaced with a metal implant. Patients in the study who had shoulder surgery had far less in-hospital post-surgical complications (7.5 percent) compared with those patients who had their hips and knees ...

Athlete's 'rituals' important for overcoming performance anxiety

...ws about this concept. He was supposed to hold the ball for the kicker, after the snap, for a game-winning field goal in a recent playoff game, an action he has performed hundreds of times without fault. However, he fumbled, and his team lost the game. "Even during the Superbowl, where you have the bes...

Flu experts call for mandatory shots for health care workers

...very long way to go. We can't take our eye off the ball now."...

Scientists use pixels to ease amputees' pain

...legs. They can also use their virtual limb to play ball games. Phantom limb pain or PLP is discomfort felt by a person in a limb that is missing due to amputation. Previous research has found that when a person's brain is 'tricked' into believing they can see and move a 'phantom limb', pain can decrease...

New cell-based targets for treating autoimmune inflammatory diseases

... by a crescent formation in the glomerulus a tiny ball comprised of capillary blood vessels integral to forming urine kidney failure tends to be rapidly progressive, irreversible, and fatal. Little is known about the mechanism behind this crescent or its relationship to immune-mediated inflammation. ...

Study evaluates effectiveness of sonographically guided therapy in professional soccer players

... athletes' ability to sprint and strike the soccer ball and prevented them from returning to competition. "In our practice, we see many professional athletes with this condition and we found that the majority of them were showing excellent response to this treatment," said Philip Robinson, MD, and lead...

One drink can make you blind drunk

...p showing two teams of three people playing with a ball and were instructed to count the ball passes. Part way through the video clip, an individual dressed in a gorilla suit appeared on the scr...

New World Cup soccer ball will unsettle goalkeepers, predicts scientist

The new soccer ball that will be used for the first time in the World ...ientist has warned. The Adidas 'Teamgeist' soccer ball has just 14 panels - with fewer seams - making its surface 'smoother' than conventional soccer balls...

Eyeballs vs footballs: The final

...t, Northern Ireland. The projected trajectory of a ball following a curved flight path is more difficult t...ialist free kick takers often choosing to make the ball spin in order to curve the ball into the goal. Because of the size of the goalmouth, goal keepers ne...

Forearm supports reduce upper body pain linked to computer use

...ackball replaces a computer mouse and uses a large ball for cursor motion. The researchers tested employees from two customer service center sites of a large health maintenance organization. Employees had to perform computer based customer service work for a minimum of 20 hours per week in order to qual...

There's more than meets the eye to catching a fly ball in the outfield

...ielder is computing a collision course between the ball and the fielder in much the same way as a bird of ...or. Fielders must figure out the trajectory of the ball and combine that with information about their own movement in a way that requires a quick initial ca...

Slacker or sick?

...on reached "peak" levels, some rats curled up in a ball and slept in between tasks. The researchers theorize that as early as three weeks -- as cytokines first appear in the newly injured nerve -- signs of "sick-worker" syndrome may begin. Employees may call out sick because of undefined symptoms, or slo...

Artificial cervical disc replacement offered for neck and arm pain problems

...ae. The interface between the two halves is like a ball and socket, allowing the upper half to slide and rotate forward and backward relative to the lower half. The surgical approach to implant the PCM device is the same as that used for cervical discectomy and fusion. A small incision is made in the fron...

New online atlas provides collective maps of human brain folds

...t it can fit snugly inside the skull, like a beach ball crumpled to fit inside a cardboard box," Van Essen...uch easier to rotate and locally deform each beach ball so that they are all consistently aligned to the target atlas," he explains. "We can do this with mu...

Catchers mitts don't provide enough protection

...speeds over 90 m.p.h. The repetitive impact of the ball hitting the gloved hand has been shown to lead to ...ated. Pitchers and field players tend to catch the ball in the webbing itself, away from the hand. Catchers were more likely than any other position to have...

Can't serve an ace? Could be muscle fatigue

...required to maintain the best position, to get the ball where it needs to go. "However, if the limbs are fatigued the brain must activate them harder and this leads to errors about where the different body parts are located." Professor Proske said the research could also offer insight into the symptoms of...

Golf-related head injuries in children increasing along with sport's popularity

...one is within range of his club or, hopefully, his ball wherever he plays, a precaution recommended in the first paragraph of the "Rule of Golf Handbook," published by the U.S. Golf Association and The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews. Co-authors include Dr. Harshpal Singh, a 2004 MCG graduate; ...

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