Sports Medicine & Exercise
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Recent research shows that recreational running decreases the rate of hip and knee osteoarthritis when compared to those with more sedentary lifestyles.
When done right, eating more carbohydrates helps sustain the body through longer endurance events.
Water is great for hydration, but for longer events, other types of fluid are important for replenishing the body.
Jenna Lilley went through years of hip pain and treatment for hip impingement syndrome before meeting with UH orthopedic physicians Michael Salata, MD and Robert Wetzel, MD.
Health care experts increasingly recommend warming up for exercise with dynamic stretches. Learn what dynamic stretches are and how to get started doing them.
Many young athletes are taking the supplements to boost performance and improve hydration. Many parents wonder: are they safe?
People run for different reasons – to stay in shape, to become healthier, to lose weight. How do you get better – or get started – without risking injury? How do you go from being a good runner to a great one?
Young athletes are at a higher risk of shoulder and elbow injuries from repeated overhead throwing motions. Learn how to help prevent these overuse injuries.