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Eventos

26º Congresso Pan-Americano e 29º Congresso Brasileiro de Medicina do Exercício e do Esporte
26º Congresso Pan-Americano e 29º Congresso Brasileiro de Medicina do Exercício e do Esporte é uma realização da SBMEE – Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina do Exercício e do Esporte em conjunto com a Diretoria Regional do Rio de Janeiro no período de 14 a 16 de setembro de 2017, no Windsor Barra Hotel - Rio de Janeiro - RJ. 


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Caution urged in using PRP or stem cells to treat young athletes´ injuries
Physicians, parents and coaches should be cautious when considering treating injured young athletes with platelet rich plasma (PRP), stem cells or other types of regenerative medicine, says a nationally recognized sports medicine clinician. 

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Compression tights don´t help runners reach finish line, study reveals
Despite the fact that distance runners swear by them, a new study finds compression tights don´t help runners go farther or faster. 

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Short, high-intensity exercise sessions improve insulin production in type 2 diabetes
Short, functional-movement and resistance training workouts, called functional high-intensity training (F-HIT), may improve beta-cell function in adults with type 2 diabetes, new research shows. Beta cells in the pancreas produce, store and secrete insulin, which allows your body to use sugar for energy. The small study is the first one of its kind to analyze beta-cell function in F-HIT or resistance training. 

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Competitive soccer players have superior vision, study suggests
The visual abilities of competitive soccer players are substantially better than those of healthy non-athletes, according to the first-ever comprehensive assessment of visual function in English Premier League players. 

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Excessive exercise may damage the gut
A review of published studies has found that people who exercise excessively may be prone to acute or chronic gut issues. 

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Physical activity within physical education: Time for a rethink?
Physical education (PE) in the United States may be failing both teachers and children, suggests new research.