Sports Science

Any Ottawa Senators fan would be pardoned for having the occasional spike in their heart rate last night, as the team squandered the lead as Washington...
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3:00pm
10.6.2017
Boston University researchers have identified a biomarker that may allow chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) to be diagnosed during life. It might also help...
9:46am
9.28.2017
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A new study released Tuesday from one of the foremost neuroscience researchers in the world suggests children exposed to tackle football before the age of 12...
12:33pm
9.20.2017
Doping is remarkably widespread among elite athletes, and remains largely unchecked despite the use of sophisticated biological testing methods, according to...
by Springer
1:51pm
8.29.2017
When it comes to professional athletics, every little bit counts, and for centuries, athletes have been doing everything they can to get ahead. The modern...
by Carnegie Mellon University
1:41pm
7.13.2017
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We’ve known for years that women are almost 10 times more likely to injure their anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) than men. Now, a new study on the fluid that...
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12:54pm
6.29.2017
After eight years of research and development and three FDA-approved versions, BrainScope’s Ahead 300 has officially hit the market, much to the pleasure of...
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2:18pm
5.11.2017
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Throwing is one of the most complex actions humans perform. Even tossing a crumpled piece of paper into a wastebasket two feet away requires a series of...
by Harvard University
2:25pm
5.2.2017
Scientists have modeled what happens to the brain of a football player when he collides forcefully with another player. The study was carried out to understand...
by Imperial College London
9:46am
5.1.2017
The physical stress of running a marathon can cause short-term kidney injury. Although kidneys of the examined runners fully recovered within two days post-...
by Yale University
2:08pm
3.29.2017
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