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08/11/2014

Regardless of location, concussions serious: study

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06/23/2014

Genetic disorder will keep Baylor star Austin out of NBA

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05/07/2014

For young athletes, more concussions reported

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05/02/2014

“Drastic, unnecessary and irreversible medical interventions” imposed upon some female athletes

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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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