Navigation Links
To protect against injuries, young athletes may need to play more just for fun
Date:1/11/2013

ile the uninjured athletes spent only 1.9 times as much time playing organized sports as they did in free play and recreation.

"Our findings suggest that more participation in a variety of unorganized sports and free play may be protective of injury, particularly among tennis players," Jayanthi said.

Jayanthi is director of Primary Care Sports Medicine, Tennis Medicine, and an associate professor in the departments of Family Medicine and Orthopaedic Surgery and Rehabilitation of Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine. Co-investigators in his study are Stritch medical students Erin Feller, Daniel Fischer and Courtney Pinkham, and Dr. Cynthia LaBella and co-investigators at Children's Memorial Hospital.

The findings are a subset of an ongoing, prospective study of young athletes who are seen in clinics and followed for three years. The study has enrolled 891 athletes so far, and has received two grants from the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine.

The study began as a project in a Loyola program called STAR (Student Training in Approaches to Research). More than one-third of Stritch School of Medicine students participate in formal research programs such as STAR. Evidence demonstrates that such students become better physicians by understanding and practicing evidence-based medicine.


'/>"/>

Contact: Jim Ritter
jritter@lumc.edu
708-216-2445
Loyola University Health System
Source:Eurekalert

Page: 1 2

Related medicine news :

1. Positive stress helps protect eye from glaucoma
2. Not taking gastroprotective drugs prescribed with anti-inflammatory medicines
3. Will women use microbicides to protect themselves against HIV?
4. Physicians call for improvements to countrys public health system to protect US residents
5. Vitamin E in diet protects against many cancers
6. Small molecular bodyguards kill HPV-infected cancer cells by protecting tumor-suppressor
7. Study identifies possible protective blood factors against Type 2 diabetes
8. Blood pressure drugs dont protect against colorectal cancer
9. Some Sports May Help Protect Mens Bones
10. OSHAs Safety Tests Protect Workers at Little Cost: Study
11. Study supports urate protection against Parkinsons disease, hints at novel mechanism
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:4/1/2015)... April 01, 2015 Pricing Healthcare has ... several months, bring coverage to a third of all US ... of Massachusetts, Kansas, and Iowa, and the first dedicated eye center ... in Dallas, TX was also added. , In addition, the site ... and general interest in the platform continue to grow across the ...
(Date:4/1/2015)... Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) April 01, 2015 ... a member of the American Cannabis Exchange and will ... ACE Marketplace. Native Roots joins the exchange as one ... holding sixty-eight licenses and operating fifteen stores in 9 ... 2015. , “We are excited to have ...
(Date:4/1/2015)... The term “420” is thought to have originated decades ... California teenagers would regularly get together after school to smoke ... a short-hand term for cannabis use – and April 20, ... for the marijuana culture. , To help celebrate this year’s ... help bring cannabis businesses and consumers together, has a special ...
(Date:4/1/2015)... Springs, CO (PRWEB) April 01, 2015 On April ... will appear as a guest on Better TV to discuss the ... 12 pounds and depending on the varying angle in which it ... cell phone, the weight on the cervical spine can cause poor ... and degeneration. As more and more people spend hours on their ...
(Date:4/1/2015)... 2015 Poisonous plants (poison ivy, oak ... in recent years, increasing significantly in number and rash-causing ... exposed to poison plants (according to the American Academy ... for summer adventures in nature, they should be aware ... is greater than ever. This year, Ivarest adds a ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:PricingHealthcare.com Adds Facilities in 5 States, Hits 10,000 Monthly Users Milestone 2Health News:PricingHealthcare.com Adds Facilities in 5 States, Hits 10,000 Monthly Users Milestone 3Health News:Amercanex, Native Roots form Exclusive Relationship to facilitate Wholesale Business 2Health News:Amercanex, Native Roots form Exclusive Relationship to facilitate Wholesale Business 3Health News:The WeedLife Network Marks the Marijuana Culture’s 420 Celebrations by Offering Steep Advertising Discounts 2Health News:The WeedLife Network Marks the Marijuana Culture’s 420 Celebrations by Offering Steep Advertising Discounts 3Health News:Dr. Jason Helfrich, Co-Founder of 100% Chiropractic, is a Guest on Better TV to Discuss “Text Neck” 2Health News:New Ivarest Poison Ivy Itch Spray Provides All-Day Comfort 2
... of the New, Fully Nano-Encapsulated Liquid Vitamin, Mineral and Herbal ... June 23 livethesource(TM) announced today that wellness ... company,s distribution network to help launch its proprietary ... daily source(TM) is a complete blend of health ...
... or societal,diseases, but do they have an underlying biological ... brain protein differ between healthy and,anorexic women. Anorexia ... commonly,affecting women. Scientists do not yet understand the physical ... low levels of a brain,protein called BDNF. Now, a ...
... preventable cause of death in the United States , , ... , , - Smoking causes more deaths than ... and suicides combined. , , - Someone dies ... 23 DaretoQuit.com is the only online stop smoking program that interacts ...
... this month by Harvard Law School, Harvard Medical School ... are involved in more than 60 percent of US bankruptcies, ... than 75 percent of these families reported having health insurance ... of these startling increases and the current recession, The Wellness ...
... with Atlantic Hurricane Predictions; Are Their Medical Records Safe? , ... season upon us, more than 35 million Americans are at ... records. According to the National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration ... to 14 named storms, of which four to seven could ...
... , ... incredibly fast, stable, easy to use, and provides up to 99% accuracy right out of ... healthcare professionals not already embracing EMR, or the ideal chance for existing Dragon Medical users ... ...
Cached Medicine News:Health News:Internationally-Renowned Health and Wellness Authority Joins livethesource(TM) as a Master Distributor 2Health News:Internationally-Renowned Health and Wellness Authority Joins livethesource(TM) as a Master Distributor 3Health News:STOP SMOKING ONLINE: Houston Psychologists Develop Groundbreaking, Interactive Stop Smoking Program 2Health News:The Wellness Community Launches National Education Program Addressing the Cost of Cancer Care 2Health News:The Wellness Community Launches National Education Program Addressing the Cost of Cancer Care 3Health News:Consumers Encouraged to Add Personal Health Records (PHR) to Hurricane Preparedness Checklist 2Health News:Consumers Encouraged to Add Personal Health Records (PHR) to Hurricane Preparedness Checklist 3Health News:The New Dragon Medical 10.1 is Now Available 2Health News:The New Dragon Medical 10.1 is Now Available 3
(Date:3/31/2015)... 2015  Frequentz Inc., a global leader and champion ... to help the pharmaceutical industry understand the current and ... Act (DSCSA). The white paper, "From Lot-based to Serialization-based ... EPCIS Standard(s) and Implementation Plan rollout, as well ... requirements that need to occur between now and the ...
(Date:3/31/2015)... March 31, 2015 Medela has announced ... and Invia ® Motion™-Endure personal pumps to ... and services. These new devices, along with the ... commitment to provide innovative, high-quality NPWT solutions, designed ... to patients. "We are happy to ...
(Date:3/31/2015)... CHARLOTTE, N.C. , March 31, 2015 ... manufacturing capabilities in North America ... , facility. The anticipated plant expansion is ... and a need for differentiated products for personal care ... new, state-of-the-art printing capabilities with in-line slitting and packaging, ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:Frequentz Releases White Paper Addressing DSCSA's Current & Future Impact 2Frequentz Releases White Paper Addressing DSCSA's Current & Future Impact 3Medela Launches Product Line to Support Individualized Care For Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Patients 2PGI Expands Manufacturing Capabilities At Mexico Plant 2
... Further Assess Feasibility of Dose-sparing and ... Single-Dose Vaccination Against H5N1 Flu -, GAITHERSBURG, Md., April ... it has received approval from the,Department of Health and Human ... patch for use with an injected H5N1,influenza vaccine. This decision ...
... SuperGen Inc.,(Nasdaq: SUPG ), a pharmaceutical ... of therapies for solid tumors and,hematological malignancies, today ... the 2008 AACR Annual Meeting that MP-470, its,clinical-stage ... and safe in humans (Abstract No. 4083)., ...
Cached Medicine Technology:Iomai Receives HHS Approval to Begin Phase 2 Trial of H5N1 Influenza Adjuvant Patch 2Iomai Receives HHS Approval to Begin Phase 2 Trial of H5N1 Influenza Adjuvant Patch 3Iomai Receives HHS Approval to Begin Phase 2 Trial of H5N1 Influenza Adjuvant Patch 4Data Show SuperGen's MP-470 is Safe in Humans 2Data Show SuperGen's MP-470 is Safe in Humans 3
... a national reference laboratory and a worldwide ... ARUP offers an extensive test menu of ... clinical and anatomic pathology. Owned by the ... more than half of the nation's university ...
... national reference laboratory and a worldwide leader ... offers an extensive test menu of highly ... and anatomic pathology. Owned by the University ... than half of the nation's university teaching ...
... Laboratories is a national reference laboratory and ... and development. ARUP offers an extensive test ... tests in clinical and anatomic pathology. Owned ... clients include more than half of the ...
... Laboratories is a national reference laboratory and ... and development. ARUP offers an extensive test ... tests in clinical and anatomic pathology. Owned ... clients include more than half of the ...
Medicine Products: