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What is ELA 2011? Read This, And Register Today!
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The Athletic Training Educators' Conference, iLEAD, Capitol Hill Day events and the CIE Seminar – all slated in February in Washington, D.C. – are collectively known as ELA 2011: Educate, Lead, Advocate. And registration is now open! Sign up, book your room and plan your schedule. Find more in the October NATA News. More



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Plates: It's All Part of This Month's "Ask Marje"

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If you're looking for answers about NATA or athletic training profession, fire off a question to NATA president Marjorie J. Albohm, MS, ATC. Each month, Marje fields questions from members. If she can't answer them right away, she will find somebody who can. Catch up on recent issues by checking out the September questions, or sift through the archives to see what your fellow athletic trainers want to know. More


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5th Edition Competencies Draft Posted for Review
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A working draft of the "5th Edition, Athletic Training Education Competencies" is available for review and feedback. Under development for more than a year, this draft represents the potential changes to the competencies that govern how tomorrow's athletic trainers are educated. The feedback period ends Oct. 15. Review the 5th Edition and offer input now. More


NATA Foundation: Now Taking Online Donations
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The NATA Research & Education Foundation launched a new website capable of taking online donations. Are you interested in donating to further athletic training research and education? Check it out here. More


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Be an Official Disaster Relief Volunteer
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The Department of Health and Human Services has created a registration system for health care professionals who want to volunteer in the event of disasters. The Emergency System for Advance Registration of Volunteer Health Professionals helps HHS identify qualified health professionals so they may be chosen as front-line volunteers in the event of an emergency. Individuals can now pre-register online with the agency. More


Renewal Invoices To Be Sent Via E-mail This Year
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Renewing your NATA membership will be even easier this year as the invoice will be sent directly to you. If we do not have your current e-mail address, be sure to let us know so we can update it in the database. More


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Congress Considers Concussion Protections
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Congressional interest in legislation to protect young athletes from the effects of concussions has become so spirited that last week one House committee held a hearing on one bill at the same moment another committee passed a different bill just 400 feet down the hall. Both pieces of legislation address youth sports concussions, but in different ways that could determine whether they become federal law. More


CTE May Have Played Role in Penn Football Player Suicide
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Chronic traumatic encephalopathy didn't receive much media buzz until University of Pennsylvania football player Owen Thomas committed suicide before a game seemingly out of the blue in April. Boston University researchers this month confirmed that an autopsy of the 21-year-old's brain showed early signs of the disease typically found in NFL athletes with a history of repetitive head trauma. Researchers were quick to underscore that it's impossible to definitively say that CTE, as it's called, caused the suicide, but the findings offered some explanation for the unusual behavior Thomas began to display before he hanged himself. More


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Drop That Cookie! Even Briefly Overeating Has Lasting Effects
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The effects of a sedentary, gluttonous lifestyle are hard to shake, even after the person has become an upstanding, healthy individual, a new Swedish study suggests. Researchers found that even a short period of overeating and a lack of exercise can have lasting effects on a person's physiology and make it harder to lose weight and keep it off. More


Cause of High School Quarterback's Death Still Unknown
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Cardiac arrhythmia - a sudden acceleration of the heart followed by a sudden stop - remains a possible cause in the death of West Orange-Stark, Texas, quarterback Reggie Garrett. Garrett, 17, died on Sept. 17, after he collapsed on the sideline during West Orange-Stark's game against Jasper. However, heart attack, enlarged heart and brain aneurysm have been ruled out, Orange County Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace Derry Dunn said. More


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DC Bill Would Sideline Athletes With Possible Concussions
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NATA has contacted the source of this article to thank them for the coverage and to remind about the correct terminology when referring to an athletic trainer.

From youth soccer to high school football, young athletes in the District would be sidelined from practices and games when they show signs of a concussion, under legislation introduced by D.C. Council members. The measure would prohibit athletes on both recreational and school sports teams from returning to the field until they are evaluated by and receive written clearance from a health-care provider.
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Drinking milk may help you get rid of unwanted weight. Drinking higher amounts of milk or eating other dairy foods may help you win the battle of the bulge, according to new research published online in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Adults who ate or drank the highest amount of dairy per day — about 12 ounces of milk or 580 milligrams of dairy calcium — at six months lost about 12 pounds at the end of the two-year study. More


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