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Influence of Personal and Injury-Related Factors Predicting Deficits in Quality of Life Domains Among Pediatric Athletes: Findings From the Sport Concussion Outcomes in Pediatrics Study

Valovich McLeod, Tamara C.; Snedden, Traci; Halstead, Mark; More

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Indirect Rectus Femoris Injury Mechanisms in Professional Soccer Players: Video Analysis and Magnetic Resonance Imaging Findings

Jokela, Aleksi; Mechó, Sandra; Pasta, Giulio; More

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Personalized Digital Health Information to Substantiate Human-Delivered Exercise Support for Adults With Type 1 Diabetes

Ash, Garrett I.; Nally, Laura M.; Stults-Kolehmainen, Matthew; More

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Males, Older Age, Increased Training, Chronic Diseases, Allergies, and History of Injury Are Independent Risk Factors Associated With a History of Exercise-Associated Muscle Cramping in Distance Runners in 76 654 Race Entrants – SAFER XXIX

de Jager, Izaan; Schwellnus, Martin; Sewry, Nicola; More

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The MMAAS Project: An Observational Human Study Investigating the Effect of Anabolic Androgenic Steroid Use on Gene Expression and the Molecular Mechanism of Muscle Memory

Lima, Giscard; Kolliari-Turner, Alexander; Wang, Guan; More