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  • Sports Medicine Mythbusters

    When I was in the early years of medical training, a few of our lecturers were quite excited about new research into the role of intracellular free radicals on cell’s aging and mutation. Anti-oxidant molecules can protect from free radicals.

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  • Diet Vs Exercise

    “You can’t out-run a bad diet”
    Vs
    If the furnace is hot enough you’ll burn anything”

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  • Cortisone Injections

    Firstly, actual “cortisone” is very rarely used anymore (if at all?) but, as it is a term everyone is familiar with, the name cortisone is usually used when referring to any corticosteroid injection. I can’t think of any other class of medication where this is done. In this article I’ll refer to cortisone and corticosteroids as CS and corticosteroid injections as CSI.

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  • Sports Medicine Mythbusters II

    When we run there is a vast increase in blood flow in and out of our legs. Our contracting calves work a bit like a heart in helping to pump and squeeze blood back out of the legs. The more flow and pressure in our blood vessels, the more they leak fluid.

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  • Supplements and WADA

    Did you know that the MAJORITY of failed doping tests in Australia in 2016 were from tainted supplements?

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