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CU Buffs athletics, student group, working to make impact in mental health

The athletic department is currently aiming to raise $2 million to put towards mental health — using funds for additional staffing, resources and programs designed to assist the student-athletes. Chri... read more

Health Care 5 Under 40: Lacey Beaty

We knew that kids were not getting access to physical health care, not getting access to mental health care. They were just coming in to get a sports physical or for a cold. One innovation of your pro... read more

How Do the Findings of Jordan McNair Investigation Impact Pending Lawsuit, Durkin's Future?

Indeed, the NCAA and the Big Ten’s arguable failure to ensure that a member school provided a safe program could itself be grounds for liability. It is also possible that health care providers ... is ... read more

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Beaumont offers free, monitored exercise program for women over 50

A new Beaumont Health study featured in the July issue of “Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise,” the official journal of the American College of Sports Medicine ... Women Exercising to Live Longer ... read more

Why Is College in America So Expensive?

Decadence was to blame, the writer argued: fancy student apartments, expensive meals, and “the mania for athletic sports.” Today, the U.S. spends more on college than almost ... such as housing, meals ... read more

UNCP Establishes New Health Sciences College

The University of North Carolina at Pembroke has formed a new College of Health Sciences as part of its commitment to meet the health care ... mental health counseling, athletic training, and exercise ... read more

U-Md. releases report on Jordan McNair, laying out timeline that led to player’s death

[Document: Read the full report] Ensuing media reports alleging an abusive culture within the football program that might ... plan to overhaul athletes’ health care] Though both investigations were la... read more

For older adults, exercise sharpens the brain

Older healthy adults represented 59 percent of the total population; another 25 percent had mild thinking impairment, and 14 percent had dementia based on Mini-Mental ... of Health and Human Services, ... read more

Investigation finds Maryland culpable in death of player

Dr. Rod Walters, a former college ... of the program so that no Terrapin family will have to endure the heartache and grief that they feel." In the wake of McNair's death, an ESPN story reported that ... read more

Coping with Tyler Hilinski’s death: facing the challenge at WSU

And in the wake of Tyler Hilinski’s suicide she is filling a role in the WSU football program that no coach is trained for: mental health ... clock care and resources ..." SUNDAY HENRY IS A CREIGHTON- ... read more

The Daily 202: Preexisting conditions take center stage in Democratic attack ads

Schuette said he accepts that Healthy Michigan, as the program is known locally ... losing insurance — diminishing their access to care — is alarming leaders at medical and mental health clinics and h... read more

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