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Running & FitNews - Sept/Oct 2014
Running & FitNews - Sept/Oct 2014

Along with its perks, modern technology can also impact our health in ways we may not have predicted. Learn how to combat neck and back pain caused by too much screen time. In this issue, you can also become more informed about outcomes associated with arthroscopic surgery for meniscus injuries, choosing the correct foods to fuel your workouts, selecting running shoes for children, avoiding muscle cramps, and more! Go There

Running & FitNews - July/August 2014
Running & FitNews - July/August 2014

Become an informed runner....read this issue of <i>Running & FitNews</i> to learn about a new early detection screening of colon cancer that promises to be non-invasive for the older runner. Also, do you want to optimize your training, regardless of distance? Check out the table developed by 40-time track record holder Earl Fee. Perhaps you've been sideline by a strained glute muscle? The fourth article in our 2014 injury series helps you treat the injury and prevent it from recurring. These topics and others are covered in this <i>FitNews</i> issue! Go There

Running & FitNews - May/June 2014
Running & FitNews - May/June 2014

For a long time we've known "Exercise is Medicine" and now there's scientific proof to show that intense exercise may also be protective against colorectal cancer. We've also known that exposure to loud music can cause hearing loss...but did you know that pain medications such as Advil and Tylenol can be linked to hearing loss, too? Articles on these topics and many more such as recovering from hamstring pulls are in this issue of <i>Running & FitNews.</i> Go There

Running & FitNews - March/April 2014
Running & FitNews - March/April 2014

May kicked off with the ARA's NATIONAL RUN A MILE DAYS, now in its seventh year, it celebrates Roger Bannister's running a sub-four mile and encourages schools to support children to get fit by running. See how you can get involved by reading more in this issue. Also included are ways to combat patellofemoral syndrome, a common runner's knee injury; the low-down on fat consumption and <i>healthy</i> weight; revised RICE recommendations to heal injury and get back to activity, and more! Go There

Running & FitNews - Jan/Feb 2014
Running & FitNews - Jan/Feb 2014

How can blood pressure numbers predict your risk of developing hardening of the arteries? Are naproxen drugs (Aleve and Naprosyn) safer than others? Do women, ages 40-59 need an annual mammogram? What is the best way to prevent Achilles tendon discomfort or injury? Find the answers to these and other sports medicine related questions in this issue of "Running & FtiNews." Go There

Running & FitNews - Nov/Dec 2013
Running & FitNews - Nov/Dec 2013

What are the risks for testosterone replacement therapy? And do you know where acrylamide, a cancer-causing chemical, may be lurking in foods? Stay informed with articles on these topics and others such as the discovery of a "new" knee ligament and the truth about lactic acid in this issue of "Running & FtiNews." Go There

Running & FitNews - Sept/Oct 2013
Running & FitNews - Sept/Oct 2013

Flu shots...do you really need them? What's the skinny on calories? Does knee surgery signal an end to your running days? Find the answers to these and other sports medicine related questions in this issue of "Running & FtiNews." Go There

Running & FitNews - July/August 2013
Running & FitNews - July/August 2013

Recommendations for woman to promote bone health have traditionally been to take calcium supplements; however, some experts are now questioning, "Is there an increased risk of heart attack with calcium supplementation?" Learn more about this risk in this issue of <i>Running & FitNews</i>. You can also learn about the growing list of exercise benefits--recent studies have shown that brain cell regrowth is also linked to regular exercise. And we report on some exciting statistical results--obesity rates are actually declining among our nation's youth, but there is still a lot of hard work that needs to be done in this area! In the Clinic section, read about knee and toe injury, cardiovascular disease prevention (which ties into the lead article on redefining and diagnosing heart attack), and more! Go There

Running & FitNews - May/June 2013
Running & FitNews - May/June 2013

There is overwhelming support for runners with knee osteoarthritis to do recommended exercise protocols. Read about those recommendations, along with more information on overcoming knee pain in the "Clinic" section of this issue of <i>Running & FitNews</i>. Speaking of injuries, if you like to participate in obstacle racing, you can't miss the article on the Tough Mudder and similar events. Also in this issue are guidelines for knowing when to replace your running shoes, the latest findings on the health implications of eating red meat, and more! Go There

Running & FitNews - March/April 2013
Running & FitNews - March/April 2013

The smiling face of one our members in the post-finish line area of the Boston Marathon was indicative of how Monday, April 15th had gone. The weather had cooperated this year. There was no heat and humidity to scare off runners. It was a good day. All that changed at 2:50 pm. Read moving tributes in this issue by <i>Running & FitNews</i> Editor Jeff Venables and Executive Director Dave Watt, who was greeting members at the finish line when the twin bombs exploded. Also included in this issue is a review of a study on the effects of statins on the kidneys, weight training suggestions to improve performance, a variety of injury-related recommendations from sports medicine experts, and more! Go There

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