Sports Medicine

ACHA announces guidelines for return of college sports

New guidelines have been laid out by the American College Health Association (ACHA) for how to safely return to sports in the college athletics world amid the COVID-19 pandemic. On Wednesday, May 7, the ACHA... more »

Study: Too many sports drinks can be detrimental

While sports drinks have been touted as a great resource to aid in hydration and replenishing electrolytes in athletes, a recent study suggests that these products can contribute to a dangerous medical condition when temperatures... more »

Basketball never stops with HomeCourt

As the popular Nike slogan suggests, basketball never stops. The people from HomeCourt, a basketball training app, have taken this slogan to new heights — helping basketball players of all ages and skill levels improve... more »

Former pro athletes trade in jerseys for medical scrubs

While professional athletes around the world are held in limbo, waiting for sports to open back up so they can get back to work, some former professional athletes are jumping to the frontlines to aid... more »

Study: Team sports may boost mental fitness

Staying physically fit has long been linked to having better overall mental fitness. But researches from the University of Basel in Switzerland and the University of Tsukuba in Japan want to understand how the mental... more »

Athletic trainers jump to COVID-19 frontlines

Athletic trainers, much like many in the world of athletics, have been shut out of doing their everyday jobs. But trainers, among other healthcare professionals, in Ohio are being retrained and redeployed to the frontlines... more »

MSU Sports Medicine wants to alleviate pressure on healthcare system

As many hospitals and urgent care centers are flooded with patients dealing with the coronavirus pandemic, Michigan State University wants to open its doors to alleviate pressure from local healthcare systems. MSU Sports Medicine has... more »

Banned Substance Certification for supplements is vital for athletes

{Sponsored} The detrimental effects of careless supplement use can be severe. Careers, scholarships and reputation are on the line if an athlete takes a contaminated dietary supplement and tests positive on a drug test. Ingesting... more »

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