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Insights into Sudden Death in Sports from a UK Registry

May 13 2016
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Insights into Sudden Death in Sports from a UK Registry
Accurate knowledge of the causes and precipitating factors of sudden cardiac death in athletes is critical to developing preventative strategies. Sanjay Sharma, MD is a Professor of Clinical Cardiology at St. George’s University of London. This interview was conducted at ACC.16 in Chicago.

Man vs. Marathon

May 12 2016
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Man vs. Marathon

Part 1

 

 

One scientist’s quixotic quest to propel a runner past the two-hour barrier.

By JERÉ LONGMAN MAY 11, 2016

AIMS announces partnership with International Institute for Race Medicine

May 09 2016
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AIMS announces partnership with International Institute for Race Medicine

The world running organisation the Association of International Marathons and Distance Races (AIMS) is delighted to announce a partnership with the International Institute for Race Medicine (IIRM). This partnership will see the IIRM become the official medical arm of AIMS and two IIRM Board Members taking up positions as 'medical advisors' to AIMS.

Partnership with Race Guards

May 09 2016
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Partnership with Race Guards

 

The International Institute of Race Medicine and Race Guards form partnership to promote and ensure the health and safety of participants in road race endurance events throughout the world

Can Too Much Exercise Harm the Heart?

Jan 04 2016
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By Gretchen Reynolds

With many of us contemplating marathons or other prolonged endurance events in 2016, we, our spouses and other family members most likely have wondered whether such strenuous training could be harmful to our hearts. Could any of us, in making ambitious resolutions, exercise too much?