Elite basketball players benefit from having less stretch.
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Some neurosurgeon fans decided to investigate.
Para hockey has its own unique biomechanics.
It's probably not skeleton.
High school student builds protective gear that compensates for impacts
New techniques mean better outcomes for athletes.
It's flexible, but it can really take a beating.
New research suggests that ordinary shoes work just fine for runners with under- and over-pronating feet.
A new "consensus statement" on sports concussions deals with protective equipment and sports rules, among other things.
UCLA researchers discover brain damage that previously couldn't be seen until after players died--a finding that could help save players' lives.
A mathematics professor issued an urgent warning about football in 1894. America ignored him.
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Forensic scientists in Switzerland are pioneering a whole new way to do autopsies. No scalpel required.
Unusual stuff invented by ordinary people: Calvin Williams wants kids to play soccer without crunching their skulls.