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Leadership
June 22, 2017
The disbursement of the one-time $640,000 fund to NCAA Division I members is being used in a variety of ways. The University of Maine will be launching a new initiative aimed at student-athlete mental health. 
Sports Medicine
June 21, 2017
A new "panic button" app helped save a high school baseball player's life in Arkansas.
Injury Prevention
June 19, 2017
Using 3D motion tracking technology, Watertown (Tenn.) High School recently launched a collaborative program to reduce ACL injuries on its girls' basketball team.
Sports Medicine
June 14, 2017
Arizona State University is furthering its partnership with Adidas through the Global Sport Alliance, which will research issues in sports science and health.
Sport-specific
June 13, 2017
USA Football is rolling out a pilot program called Rookie Tackle as a means to ease youth players from flag to 11-man tackle football.
Sports Medicine
June 9, 2017
The state budget crisis in Illinois is leading two hospitals to stop providing athletic training services for several high schools.
Optimum Performance
June 7, 2017
Preliminary results from a new study show that an extra hour of sleep for a week had a positive effect on athletes' reaction times.
Strength and Conditioning
June 5, 2017
Tim DiFrancesco, the departing strength and conditioning coach for the Los Angeles Lakers, wrote an open letter to fans about his past and future experiences.
Concussions
June 1, 2017
Virtual reality is not just for gaming. It may be the next step for concussion testing.
Sports Medicine
May 30, 2017
Two years after suffering a skull fracture due to a foul ball hitting him in the head, Duke University pitcher Nick Hendrix has returned to the team.
Sports Medicine
May 30, 2017
Having an offseason has become elusive to athletes and athletic trainers alike. Texas Christian University Head Athletic Trainer for Football David Gable discusses the now year-round demands of the job.
Leadership
May 25, 2017
Even the most dedicated athletic trainer can get exhausted by the demands of the job. Maria Hutsick has some tips on ways to keep burnout at bay.
Concussions
May 22, 2017
To help rural school districts in Texas, a Houston-area neuropsychologist is diagnosing concussions remotely as part of a $100,000 telemedicine project.
Sports Medicine
May 22, 2017
The family of Isaiah Langston, a football player at Rolesville (N.C.) High School who collapsed at practice and later died, is suing the Wake County school district and athletic staff.
Concussions
May 19, 2017
Prolonged rest is no longer recommended for recovery from concussion in the latest consensus document from the Concussion in Sport Group.
Sports Medicine
May 18, 2017
In Louisiana, a high school baseball team used its Senior Night to recognize its athletic trainer, who has been at the school 16 years.
Sports Medicine
May 18, 2017
When a Texas high school head athletic trainer retires this summer, he'll be replaced by a familiar face--his wife, who serves as an assistant athletic trainer at the school.
Concussions
May 16, 2017
Twenty-five NFL teams have purchased the new ZERO1 helmet, which is touted as delivering a breakthrough in reducing impact from collisions.
Concussions
May 9, 2017
A former NFL lineman has developed a program that teaches football players how to incorporate martial arts principles to help avoid concussions.
Leadership
May 4, 2017
Athletic trainers at the college level can play an important role in recruiting. Here’s how Texas Christian University Head Athletic Trainer for Football David Gable sells his program to prospects.  
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