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Tools of the Trade
Tools of the Trade: July 29, 2016 - Issue 929
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Concussions
Is Heads Up Effective?
An independent study has found the Heads Up Football program not as effective as it claimed in helping to reduce concussions in football players.
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Company Profile
Prepare, Protect, Perform and Recover
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Shock Doctor and McDavid, two brands within the United Sports Brands portfolio, provide top-of-the-line sports medicine, sports protection, and performance apparel to everyday- and pro-athletes around the world.
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Student-Athlete Welfare
Revising a Code of Conduct
After a year with 50 instances of student-athletes breaking the code of conduct, Queensbury (N.Y.) High School is revisiting its policies.
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From our Pages
Planting Seeds
As colleges and universities continue to upgrade their sustainability practices, athletic department sports nutrition programs are coming up with ways to do their part.
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Legal Issues
NCAA Settlement Could Lead to Change
The state of Maryland and the NCAA have reached a settlement with the family of Derek Sheely, a Frostburg State University football player who died in 2011 from a traumatic brain injury. While the amount of payment is not large, the terms of settlement may have far reaching consequences.
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Sports Medicine
Linemen Show Big Gains
A study by researchers at Tufts University has found that the average NCAA Division III football lineman's weight went up 38 percent since 1956, significantly more than the 12 percent increase for the average male's body weight in that time period.
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