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Skin cancer risk runs deep in marathoners

An Austrian study points out that the risk of developing skin cancer is very high in long //distance runners. The results of the study done by researchers from Medical University of Graz were published in the Archives of Dermatology journal. The study found out that marathon runners have increase...

Philips Supports the Boston Marathon as the Sole Provider of Life-Saving Medical Devices

...n the event of a sudden cardiac arrest, we believe that deploying HeartStart AEDs and ALS monitors will help to ensure that race day is a safe day for marathoners and spectators alike." About Boston Athletic Association Established in 1887, the Boston Athletic Association is a non-profit organization with a ...

Marathoners Share Tom Brady and LaDainian Tomlinson Pain Relief Affinity

... runners at both the Las Vegas and Tucson marathons raved over MyoMed ( http://www.myomed.com ), a topical, toxin-free alternative to ibuprofen. These marathoners had been looking for the same anti-inflammatory benefits that gained MyoMed endorsements from NFL superstars Tom Brady, LaDainian Tomlinson and Willie...
marathoners in Biological News

Lactic acid not athlete's poison, but an energy source - if you know how to use it

... In the lore of marathoners and extreme athletes, lactic acid is poison, a waste product that builds up in the muscles and leads to muscle fatigue, reduced performance and pain. ...

Carnegie Mellon U. transforms DNA microarrays with standard Internet communications tool

... can compare a group of cells starting out in an experiment like a group of marathoners at the starting line. Over time, some marathoners will be far ahead on the track, while others will fall back." After the rac...
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