Heat Stress

The Heat is On

A new lab at the Korey Stringer Institute allows athletes to train in temperatures up to 110 degrees and 90 percent humidity. Find out how its creators plan to use the facility to keep athletes safe from heat stroke… more »

Getting Through

A new educational program is arming high school athletes with knowledge about catastrophic injuries and spreading awareness about the sports medicine profession at the same time… more »

Psychology of Injury: Part 1

In this three-part article, Timothy Neal describes how to care for injured athletes mentally, as well as physically. To start, he outlines what athletic trainers should do and say immediately after an athlete goes down… more »


Getting Through

A new educational program is arming high school athletes with knowledge about catastrophic injuries and spreading awareness about the sports medicine profession at the same time… more »

Battling Back

Return to play following an episode of exertional heat stroke should not be taken lightly. There are both physical and mental issues to address… more »

WBGT Monitors Pushed in N.J.

A New Jersey senator says he will propose a law requiring high schools to use Wet Bulb Globe Temperature monitors to avoid heat-related illnesses… more »

Understanding environmental heat stress

Article Image:Copy before teaser:By: Yuri Hosokawa, PhD, ATC, LAT, Korey Stringer Institute, University of ConnecticutAs the brutal summer heat takes a toll across the country, high school athletes and youth sport leagues are ramping up... more »


Battling Back

Return to play following an episode of exertional heat stroke should not be taken lightly. There are both physical and mental issues to address… more »

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