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Topic Archives: Sports Ethics

11/13/2013

Can Hazing Make a Team Stronger?

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10/28/2013

Concussed Kids Need Break From School

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08/06/2013

1.35 million youths a year have serious sports injuries

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07/22/2013

Professor of ethics says we should chill out about performance-enhancing drugs

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03/18/2013

NFL medical standards, practices are different than almost anywhere else

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01/23/2013

So Long, Lance. Next, 21st-Century Doping

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01/10/2013

Junior Seau (football) had degenerative brain disease CTE (from playing) when he committed suicide

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01/07/2013

NFL retirees more likely to have depression and cognitive problems, brain study shows

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12/06/2012

No evidence of EPO benefit, say scientists

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10/29/2012

The Future of sport: Natural-Born Winners?

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