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Journal EntryPatella Bands: Do they help runners?
Patella bands are knee braces often worn by runners in order to alleviate the aches of a knee injury. However, there are underlying issues that remain in determining their effectiveness.
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Journal EntryDealing with repeat injuries
The August 16 edition of the New York Times has an interesting piece on how athletes try to follow their passion for sport while at the same time coping with the frustration of repeated injuries.
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Journal EntryFollow-up article questions the validity of military's blood test screening for concussions/TBI
Wired Magazine questions the Army's research on concussions and traumatic brain injuries.
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Journal EntryWarming-up provides much needed benefits
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programExercise smart to prevent injuries
Some tips to keep you from hurting yourself while exercising
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Journal Entry PS documentSave your knees with a few simple tips
Prevent knee injury with these tips.
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Journal EntryTBI Pocket Guide from DCoE
Traumatic brain injury can be a serious invisible injury. The DCoE provides helpful information about symptoms and treatment.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programSensors and smartphones may help save lives
 Early detection of blood loss and other medical conditions can help save lives. New technology combined with smartphones may be the new way medics respond to emergencies on the battlefield.
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Journal EntryMeditation can improve pain tolerance
Recent research indicates that meditation may help you deal with pain and related anxiety.
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Journal Entry chemical/x-hinA pain in the…shin?
Shin splits can sideline you from your regular exercise routine, but proper treatment and rest can get you back in action sooner rather than later.
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