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Updated: October 10, 2014


A new report from the International Osteoporosis Foundation found that men may be considerably weaker than women when it comes to bone health.

Study finds men's bone health is weaker than women's

A new report from the International Osteoporosis Foundation found that men may be considerably weaker than women when it comes to bone health.

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When people see the doctor because of injury, an age issue or a disease related to their muscles, they want to know what is wrong.

Scientists locate active genes in muscles of men and women

10/6/2014

When people see the doctor because of injury, an age issue or a disease related to their muscles, they want to know what is wrong... [ more ]

The journal Neurosurgery just released a 16-page supplement called “Current Concepts in Sports Concussions” on the development of concussion research.

Journal supplement discusses past, present and future of sports concussions

9/29/2014

The journal Neurosurgery just released a 16-page supplement called "Current Concepts in Sports Concussions" on the development of concussion research... [ more ]

 

Researchers from Thomas Jefferson University collaborated with scientists at the National Institutes of Health to study the causes behind joint infections, a common orthopaedic problem.

Researchers investigate fluid that causes joint infections

10/6/2014

Researchers from Thomas Jefferson University collaborated with scientists at the National Institutes of Health to study the causes behind joint infections, a common orthopaedic problem... [ more ]

Researchers discovered that long-distance runners are more likely to deal with heat-related illnesses while running in warm weather than cardiac events.

Endurance runners have higher risk for heat stroke than heart condition

9/24/2014

Researchers discovered that long-distance runners are more likely to deal with heat-related illnesses while running in warm weather than cardiac events... [ more ]

 

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