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Surgical Fix for a Bad Knee Involves a Ligament That May Have Little Import
Surgical Fix for a Bad Knee Involves a Ligament That May Have Little Import
For professional athletes and weekend warriors alike, it appeared to be welcome news: the discovery by researchers of a new knee ligament that, if repaired, might help tens of thousands of people with an injury from sports or an accident.
Fastballs Can Lead to Tommy John Surgery, Study Finds
Fastballs Can Lead to Tommy John Surgery, Study Finds
About a quarter of major league pitchers have had Tommy John surgery, and the reason for the epidemic has been unclear.
Concussions Prevalent in Water Polo, First-of-Kind Survey Finds
Concussions Prevalent in Water Polo, First-of-Kind Survey Finds
A first-of-its-kind survey has confirmed what some water polo players - especially goalies - have long suspected: Concussions seem to be prevalent in the sport.
More Steps, Fewer Shin and Anterior Knee Injuries in Cross Country Runners
More Steps, Fewer Shin and Anterior Knee Injuries in Cross Country Runners
More than 470,000 high school cross-country athletes participated in running events across the U.S. between 2013 and 2014.