Archive - Sep 5, 2018

Archive - Sep 5, 2018

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Football Safety Not Scoring High Enough in Schools

You can add the name Jordan McNair to the list of college, high school and middle school players who might have needlessly died for the love of football.

A simple, well-known procedure — immersing McNair, 19, in a tub of ice water — when he collapsed at an off-season University of Maryland workout in May could well have saved his life. But it didn’t happen. This failure drew national attention to how unprepared many football programs are to keep their players safe.

Denali Expedition Successfully Obtains High-Altitude Cardiac Data Using Wearable ECG Sensor

KIRKLAND, WA (BUSINESS WIRE)--You love the outdoors – but your heart might not. If you enjoy skiing, hiking and other sports experienced at high altitudes, you might be well advised to spend your first day at altitude taking it easy.

Heart Disease Common Among Firefighters Who Die of Cardiac Arrest

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