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Annual Meeting Trade Show Open for Business!
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In a ceremony this morning, NATA President Marje Albohm, MS, ATC, led a ribbon-cutting ceremony and opened the Trade Show at the 62nd NATA Annual Meeting & Clinical Symposia. The sold-out show in New Orleans features the latest athletic training products and services and the debut of NATA's Product Learning Theater. For updates on this year's Annual Meeting, download the Annual Meeting Mobile Application and check back on our website. More





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Upcoming Webinar for Educators
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AT educators, don't miss this upcoming webinar! Ericka P. Zimmerman, EdD, ATC, will be presenting "Developing Synergistic Relationships Between Clinical Instructors and Athletic Training Education Programs" at 11 a.m. (Central) on July 13. Zimmerman, the ATEP director at the University of Charleston, will examine the changing landscape in athletic training education and the value of the practitioner serving as clinical instructor. Get more information and register here. More


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Learn More About the Sickle Cell Trait
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Scott Galloway, ATC, LAT, will present "Sickle Cell Trait and the Athlete" at 11 a.m. (Central) on July 27. The webinar will focus on understanding the latest statistical trends regarding Sickle Cell Trait and Sudden Death and will explore practical solutions for the prevention and treatment of Sickle Cell Trait. Galloway, the head athletic trainer at DeSoto (Texas) High School, served on NATA's task force on Sickle Cell Trait and has presented on the topic at numerous conferences and events. Register here. More


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ATs Encouraged to Participate in Important Survey
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Members of the health care community are participating in a survey about substance abuse in higher education. To date, more than 1,000 people, including NATA members, have participated. Information taken from this survey will give the Coalition of Higher Education Associations for Substance Abuse Prevention a better idea of where to focus their efforts in the future. Take the survey here. More


Datalys Center Hires New President
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Thomas Dompier, Ph.D., ATC, has been named president of the Datalys Center for Sports Injury Research and Prevention Inc. He will oversee daily operations and oversee the research and surveillance programs. Datalys Center was chosen by NATA to conduct NATA NATION, an injury surveillance and outcomes study in secondary schools. More




U.S. Bone and Joint Initiative Seeks Child Obesity Research
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As a result of the Bone and Joint Decade Global meeting in October 2009, the pediatric committee selected childhood obesity as its primary area of focus. Unfortunately, little research exists concerning obese children as it relates to short- and long-term musculoskeletal health. The USBJI and the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America are asking athletic trainers to contribute to a joint publication on this topic. More
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When Warming Up for Exercise, Less May Be More
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Few aspects of sports are as wrapped in myth as the warm-up. Most of us dutifully warm up in some way before we work out or compete, but according to a new study, "little is known about how an athlete should warm up." In fact, as that study and other recent research make clear, the more scientists study warm-ups, the less they seem to understand about the practice. More


Meniscus-Healing Stem Cell Bandage Approved for Clinical Trials
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Every year, approximately 1.7 million people in the U.S. and Europe tear a meniscus - children and athletes are especially prone to such injuries. While smaller tears can heal on their own, larger tears often require a partial or complete removal of the meniscus. Within several years, this can result in the early onset of osteoarthritis. Recently, a new type of stem cell-seeded bandage, developed at the University of Bristol, has been approved for a clinical trial on meniscal tears. It may greatly reduce the need for menisectomies. More


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Football Injuries Drive Insurance Claims in Schools
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The cost of student injuries, most often on the football field, is leading to a higher price tag for student accident insurance in St. Charles Parish, La. The School Board will consider renewing its student accident insurance with Monumental Life Insurance Company when it meets next. The renewal would cost the district $104,000, an increase of more than $31,000 over what it paid last year. "This policy cost is driven by claims action," said Joey Page, the district's risk manager. More


Brains of San Francisco 49ers Greats Donated to Researchers
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Two members of the San Francisco 49ers' famed "Million Dollar Backfield" who died within months of each other this year will have their brains examined by researchers at Boston University who are studying head injuries in sports. Joe "the Jet" Perry died in April at the age of 84, and John Henry Johnson died earlier this month at the age of 81. Their families have agreed to let the former players' brains be examined by the Center for the Study of Traumatic Encephalopathy, the San Francisco Chronicle reported. More


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What Female Athletes Should Know About ACL Injuries
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According to most studies, ACL tears occur between two and 10 times more frequently in female athletes. Women and girls who play jumping sports, like basketball and volleyball, or sports that require cutting and pivoting, like soccer and lacrosse, are the most likely victims. These athletes, and their coaches and parents, need to be familiar with the injury. More


Heat Wave Highlights Threat of Heat Stroke
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Get used to it. That's what scientists are saying about hot weather, as a deadly heat wave continues to grip the nation. A new study from Stanford University says global climate change will lead permanently to unusually hot summers by the middle of the century, the Associated Press reported. And as temperatures rise, so do health risks. More




TV Time Tied to Diabetes, Death
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People who spend more hours in front of the television are at greater risk of dying, or developing diabetes and heart disease, with even two hours of television a day having a marked effect, according to a U.S. study. Every day, U.S. residents spend an average of 5 hours watching television, while Australians and some Europeans log 3.5 to 4 hours a day, said researchers led by Frank Hu, at the Harvard School of Public Health. More


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