Science has not progressed to the point of enabling us to know who is at risk after a concussion and when a concussive event ceases to be a danger of progressing or having long-term effects. Young athletes are particularly at risk as...
Taking a stroll around your community could greatly increase your chances of recovering from a stroke, according to a breakthrough study from researchers at the University of the West Indies.
Utah soccer referee Ricardo Portillo died Saturday night at a Salt Lake City area hospital, one week after being punched by a player in a recreational soccer league. The tragic story has left some seeking answers as to how one punch can cause so much damage.
This month, members will elect a board secretary, treasurer and two members-at-large to serve on the ACRM Board of Governors. If you have not yet voted, watch your inbox for an election reminder message containing your unique member link to the survey. Your opinion counts!...
A study was conducted to evaluate the relation between poststroke pain and suicidality (SI) in Chinese patients with first or recurrent stroke. Results showed that 7.5 percent of the patients had SI. Compared with the non-SI group, patients in the SI group were more likely...
A study was conducted to evaluate the residual effects of fitness and whole-body vibration training in older men one year after completion of the interventions. Both interventions resulted in comparable increases...
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