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NATA Annual Meeting Housing is Open!
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We're booking rooms in New Orleans for the 62nd Annual Meeting & Clinical Symposia! Make your hotel reservations now to ensure the best rates at your preferred location. Plus, visit our Annual Meeting website for a preview of the New Orleans meeting (complete with a video message from Emeril)! More



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The NATA Quiz Center now features a host of new CEU courses, just in time for the end-of-the-year reporting cycle. Plus, we'll be adding webinars-on-demand to the Quiz Center soon. Don't forget, NATA members get a huge discount on our courses (plus free CEU Bucks). More


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Renewal Invoices Sent Last Week
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Membership renewal invoices were issued last week. They were sent via e-mail this year, so be sure to check your inbox. If you do not see it there, check your spam folder, too. If you have any questions, contact the Member Services Department at membership@nata.org. More


Join the Elite Group Known as FNATA
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The NATA Fellows program recognizes achievement in research and/or education, combined with service to the profession. Only the most accomplished scholars in the athletic training profession earn this distinction and are allowed to use the prestigious designation of "FNATA." NATA Fellows must be a member in good standing, be BOC certified for at least 10 years and have 10 years membership in NATA and have held a terminal degree for seven or more years. Deadline to apply for Fellow status is Dec. 1. More




WFATT Issues Call for Abstracts
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A call for abstracts has been issued for the 45th CATA National Conference & Fourth World Congress of the World Federation for Athletic Training and Therapy. Hosted by the Canadian Athletic Therapists' Association, the events take place in Banff, Alberta, May 25-28, 2011. The deadline for abstract submission is Jan. 15. For information about abstracts, contact Richard DeMont at demont.conu@gmail.com. For meeting details, visit the Banff 2011 World Congress website. More


Honors & Awards Window is Closing
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The deadline to nominate your peers for some of the most prestigious national awards is next week! Get your names in the hat for the 2011 honors and awards before Nov. 15. Don't forget to nominate for the Bill Chisolm Award, the Continuing Education Excellence honor and other key recognition. More


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What is ELA? You Need to Know
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"ELA: Educate, Lead, Advocate" encompasses the 2011 Athletic Training Educators' Conference, iLEAD student leadership development program, Capitol Hill Day 2011, legislative briefings and NATAPAC events and the CIE Seminar. Collectively known as ELA, these events are scheduled Feb. 24-28 in Washington, D.C., and hotel rooms are filling up. Register today! More

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Brain Docs Raise Concussion Alarm For Kids' Sports
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The risk of concussions from football and some other sports is so serious that a qualified athletic trainer should always be on the field — at adult and children's games, and even at practice, a major doctors group said. Following that advice from the American Academy of Neurology would be a dramatic change for youth sports programs, most of which don't have certified athletic trainers. More


Being Physically Fit May Cut Risk of Colds
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People who are physically fit and active catch fewer colds, and the colds they do get are milder. That's the takeaway message of a new study by a team of scientists who examined 12 weeks worth of data on 1,002 adults, aged 18 to 85, who reported on their perceived fitness and their lifestyle and dietary habits. More


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Exercising in the Heat May Improve Athletic Performance in Cool and Hot Conditions, Study Suggests
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Turning up the heat might be the best thing for athletes competing in cool weather, according to a new study by human physiology researchers at the University of Oregon. Published in the October issue of the Journal of Applied Physiology, the paper examined the impact of heat acclimation to improve athletic performance in hot and cool environments. More


Cause of Knee Pain Points Toward Relief
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Whether caused by a sports injury or simple wear and tear, knee pain is among the most common reasons people seek medical care. Every year, knee pain sends some 12 million U.S. patients to the doctor. Knee pain has many causes, including long-term overuse, sudden injuries or underlying degenerative conditions. Depending on the type of pain and how quickly it develops, treatment options can span the full gamut, from rest to reconstructive surgery. More


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Studies Offer NFL Window Into Addressing Concussions
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At an NFL summit meeting on concussions three years ago, Dr. Julian Bailes made an extraordinary proposal: Take the three-point stance out of the game, and take the head out of the sport. He received no support for his ideas. Now, in a rush to make up for lost time on the concussion front, the NFL is listening to lots of suggestions these days about how to make its game safer and purge itself of violent helmet-to-helmet collisions. Those suggestions include the elimination of the three-point stance, modifications of ever-dangerous special teams plays, banning helmets in practice, and more. More


Staten Island, NY, Public School Baseball
Teams To Institute New Pitch Count Rule

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The Public Schools Athletic League in Staten Island, N.Y., has announced that, beginning in the spring 2011 season, a pitch count limit will be enforced for all high school pitchers on varsity and junior varsity teams. Under the new rule, no varsity pitcher will be allowed to throw more than 105 pitches per game. Junior varsity pitchers will be limited to 90 per game. Much like Little League play, however, if the pitch limit is reached in the middle of an at-bat, the pitcher will be allowed to finish the batter before being removed from the game. More


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The Dark Art of Statistical Deception
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Will sprinters one day break the sound barrier? Do Olympic athletes win more medals if they wear red? And can a simple formula predict happiness? While those questions may sound absurd, various studies have found a way to prove them true through statistical manipulation of numbers and data. The tendency of academics, politicians and pundits to generate such numerical falsehoods from data — and the tendency of the public to believe the results — is a phenomenon cleverly explored in a new book by an NYU researcher. More


Study: Strength Training For Children Works Safely
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Regular workouts with free weights or exercise machines can help children and teenagers boost their muscle strength, in some cases by as much as 40 percent, according to a German review of recent studies. Although strength training was long thought to pose an injury risk for school-age children and adolescents, studies in recent years have shown there is actually no greater risk than with other types of exercise or sports — and in some cases, less. More


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