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35º Congresso Mundial de Medicina do Esporte
É um prazer e uma grande honra convidar a todos vocês a participarem do 35º Congresso Mundial de Medicina do Esporte – FIMS, que será realizado de 12 a 15 de setembro de 2018 na bela cidade do Rio de Janeiro no Brasil.

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Dogs and health: A lower risk for heart disease-related death?
Are you a “dog person”? You know, one of those people who talks about their dogs all the time, shares photo after photo online (or, worse, in person), and considers their dog as a semi-human member of the family? (In the interest of full disclosure, I am a dog person.) 

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Graphic images speak to consumers of sugary drinks

Warning labels linked to reduced purchases; online study supports findings

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Health is more important than fast times
New research highlights that bone injuries are four times more likely in energy-depleted athletes and given recent discussions about RED-S and athlete health, the change in culture must happen soon. 

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Suplementos alimentares: podemos confiar nos rótulos?
O risco de lesão hepática pelo uso de suplementos alimentares (SA) já é bem conhecido. Os principais agentes responsáveis são: esteroides anabolizantes, extrato de chá verde e suplementos nutricionais com múltiplos ingredientes. 

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Everybody active, every day: framework for physical activity
An evidence-based approach for national and local action to address the physical inactivity epidemic. 

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New measure for stress in overtrained athletes
Overload training -- or, training to exhaustion followed by a period or rest and recovery before a race -- is a method used by many endurance athletes in search of a personal best. A new study has found that overtraining might alter firing in the body´s sympathetic nerve fibers which might hinder athletic performance. 

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Southern diet could be deadly for people with heart disease

People with a history of heart disease who eat a traditional Southern diet are more likely to die than those who follow a Mediterranean dietary pattern, according to new research.

The large-scale study, published Thursday in the Journal of the American Heart Association, adds to the growing body of evidence on heart disease and its association with dietary patterns from different parts of the world. 

 

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The First Human Images from MARS

MARS scanners go beyond the traditional black-and-white CT to produce color images where different materials can be separated. In the images above, metal, soft tissue, fat and bone are all being identified. We have a commercial small bore scanner and are currently developing a human-scale machine.

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Por que as crianças na caverna nos mobilizaram tanto?
Milhões de nós acompanhamos cilindro a cilindro o resgate do time de futebol infantil que ficou aprisionado por vários dias numa caverna, os Javalis Selvagens.