Andy Dean

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Volleyball in a hijab: Does this picture show a culture clash?

<b>For the Times it was a "culture clash", for the Daily Mail "a massive cultural divide" between "the cover-ups" and "the cover-nots" - and for the Sun the cultural divide was not "massive" but "colossal".</b><p>The pictures of Egypt's women's beach volleyball team playing Germany swept the internet …

Human Rights

Asthma drug 'game changer' could revolutionise treatment

Fevipiprant trial indicates it could halve patients’ risk of suffering asthma attacks and being admitted to hospital<p>A new asthma drug that could revolutionise the treatment of the 500,000 Britons with moderate or severe versions of the condition and reduce the number of deaths from has been hailed …

Medicine

The coolest high and low tech at the Tour de France

Why Olympic Athletes — and You — Should Stop Trying to Calm Down So Much

Wild hypothetical: You’re a 23-year-old Olympic sprinter and you’ve reached the championship heat of the 100-meter event. The gun will go off in five …

Psychology

Potential use of gene transfer in athletic performance enhancement.

2007 Oct;15(10):1751-66. Epub 2007 Aug 7.<p>1National Measurement Institute, Pymble, New South Wales, Australia. anna.baoutina@measurement.gov.au<p>Abstract<p>…

Gene doping in sports.

2004;34(6):357-62.<p>1Department of Sport Medicine, Istanbul University, Istanbul Medical Faculty, Istanbul, Turkey. mhmt_unal@yahoo.com<p>Abstract<p>Gene or …

Doping

From gene engineering to gene modulation and manipulation: can we prevent or detect gene doping in sports?

2013 Oct;43(10):965-77. doi: 10.1007/s40279-013-0075-4.<p>1International Association of Athletics Federations, IAAF-Medical and Antidoping Commission, …

Football training vests explained

<b>Ever wondered why players wear those black vests during training? As the 2016/17 season draws closer, Sky Sports investigate the cutting-edge</b> …

Soccer

How fit are professional footballers?

So who’s the fittest? Footballers? Cyclists? Rugby players? It’s hard to measure because every sport requires a different skill set. But one thing is …

Tour de France

Central Plaza Rayong - 2018 All You Need to Know Before You Go

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Asia Travel

EM- SportScience on Twitter: "Mick Clegg(ex @ManUtd)uses speed bands and fitlight to improve reaction time, feet to eye coordination and agility.… "

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5 Pokemon Go alternatives

Like the augmented-reality concept of Pokemon Go but don't care to chase cute little pocket monsters? Plenty of other games use your phone's back camera lens and GPS to layer animated graphics onto live scenes around you. So if you've ready to face a fiercer challenge, here are five …

Pokémon

Pokémon GO

Travel between the real world and the virtual world of Pokémon with Pokémon GO for iPhone and Android devices. With Pokémon GO, you’ll discover …

Pokémon Go

Pokemon 'no': 7 other games to get you moving instead of Pokemon Go

<b>(CNN) —</b> Pokemon Go may be keeping gamers glued to their phones, but it's also helping to get them out of the house to be more physically active.<p>The game requires players to actually move -- yes, either walk or even run -- from one location to another to find fictional, animated "pocket monsters" …

Pokémon

5 Ways the Tour de France Contenders Are Physical Freaks

Turn on the television this July and you might catch Tour de France footage of razor thin athletes racing bicycles up mountain passes. Many of them — …

Vitamin D supplements 'advised for everyone'

<b>Everyone should consider taking vitamin D supplements in autumn and winter, public health advice for the UK recommends.</b><p>It comes as a government-commissioned report sets the recommended levels at 10 micrograms of the vitamin a day.<p>But officials are concerned this may not be achievable through diet …

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Awards

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Hypertension (high blood pressure) and exercise advice in the UK - Latest News - Exercise Works!

Daily walking for at least 30 minutes reduces your risk of high blood pressurePrimary care doctors in the UK are now incentivised to include exercise …

Find Out If You Are At Risk For Osteoporosis

Bone loss can occur in men and women at any age. When bone density or bone quality is reduced, the skeletal structure becomes fragile. This can lead …

Recognizing the Early Signs of Osteoporosis

If you have risk factors for osteoporosis— for example, if you’re a postmenopausal woman, have taken glucocorticoids for more than three months, or …

Rhode Island

Effects of exercise - Respiratory system by Tomclark00

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What causes coronary heart disease?

Coronary heart disease (CHD) is arguably the the UK's biggest killer. CHD develops when the blood supply to the muscles and tissues of the heart becomes obstructed by the build-up of fatty materials inside the walls of the coronary arteries.<p>What is coronary heart disease?<p>Your heart is a pump the …

High Blood Pressure

What is high blood pressure?

High blood pressure, or hypertension, increases the risk of heart attacks, strokes, kidney disease and eye damage. It is known as a 'silent' killer as it causes few, if any, symptoms.<p>What is high blood pressure?<p>Blood pressure is a measure of the force of your blood pressing against the walls of …

Medical Research

Carbohydrates: Your Diet's Fuel

Before you feast on chicken and boycott carbs, take a closer look at the U.S. Food Pyramid.<p>Carbohydrates are highlighted as an important part of a …

Nutrition

How plyometrics will benefit the next generation of athletes

Over the past two decades, plyometric training has become a staple of informed sport conditioning programs everywhere. Now Dr. Donald Chu, one of the …

Exercise

How To Stop Certain Age Related Muscle Loss

Researchers have concluded that progressive strength training can counteract age related muscular atrophy. Sarcopenia or age related muscular atrophy …

Exercise

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