The WNBA Dedicates Its Season to Social Justice As Players Fight For Change Off the Court
Athletes have a long history of advocating for racial justice, but leagues have only recently started to support the cause in a visible way. See: the NFL and US Soccer walking...
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NBL star Tai Wesley announces shock retirement
Tai Wesley had plenty more to give professional basketball but the much-loved NBL power forward has opted against taking his family back to Australia amid the COVID-19...
5 days ago - Sydney Morning Herald
This Artist Reimagined NBA Logos With Disney Characters, and Can We Make These Official?
If all goes according to plan, the NBA will return this month , with 22 teams finishing out the season at a single site: none other than DisneyWorld in Orlando, FL. It's pretty...
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This High School Musical Workout Features Choreo From 3 Iconic Songs, So Prepare to Sweat
It's been 14 years since the first High School Musical came out, and yes, I can still sing every lyric. I may also have the CD soundtrack buried somewhere in my childhood...
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Game Planning With Your Spouse Can Make Talk Of Layoffs Much Easier To Bear
I work on the academic side of a division one athletics program, and we were hit pretty hard because of COVID-19. Most of our revenue is from in-person activities. COVID hit...
13 days ago - Scary Mommy
Opals and Boomers star jets off to Florida WNBA hub
Ezi Magbegor has put aside concerns over COVID-19 and will to fly out to fulfil her dream of playing in the top-flight US basketball league.
13 days ago - Sydney Morning Herald
New study assesses cardiac problems in elite female athletes
The first-ever cardiac study of elite female basketball players in the United States shows how their hearts adapt to intense physical training.
16 days ago - News Medical
Body surface area, physiologic remodeling may affect cardiac findings in WNBA athletes
Women's National Basketball Association athletes frequently have increased cardiac dimensions, which can be affected by body surface area and physiologic findings, researchers...
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"Now Is the Time": These WNBA Players Are Opting Out of a Season to Fight For Racial Justice
The WNBA season is set to start in late July , but at least three players will be opting out and using their time to fight for racial justice. Minnesota Lynx forward Maya...
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Outer Banks Star Madison Bailey Opens Up About Living With Borderline Personality Disorder
Madison Bailey is speaking up about living with borderline personality disorder. The Outer Banks star recently sat down with Entertainment Tonight for an interview about her...
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The headlines of Master Doctor
Will a Covid mask starve your brain of oxygen?
A study found that face coverings reduce the risk of coronavirus transmission by a third, though some people on the internet fear using protection will cause them brain damage.
Fat Cell Hormone can Boost Potential of Stem Cell Therapy
Adiponectin, a hormone derived from fat cells, improves mesenchymal stem cell-based treatment of heart failure, finds a new study.
COVID-19 in New York: Confirmed Cases Top 400,000
The confirmed cases of COVID-19 in New York have topped 400,000, reaching 400,299 with a death toll of 32,307, reveals data source.
Family Planning During COVID-19
World population day: It's time to bring back the 'choice, voice debate' on family planning during coronavirus pandemic.
COVID-19 Deaths in UK Rise To 44,650
In Britain, total coronavirus-related death toll has risen to 44,650, said the British Department of Health and Social Care.
Another coronavirus death recorded in Wales and seven new cases
The latest Public Health Wales figures were revealed as holiday businesses in Wales started to re-open
On a keto diet? Satisfy that sweet tooth with these keto-approved sweeteners
The keto diet may seem daunting to anyone who loves carbs and sweets. After all, dieting means being careful about what you eat. However, there are many ways to make dishes...
As Cases Surge, No Clear Answers on School Reopening
With COVID-19 cases on the rise in more than 30 states, parents have mixed feelings about the upcoming start of school and how to keep their children and families safe.
Novel Drug Candidate may Develop Effective Treatments for Brain Disorders
Novel chemical compound discovered has the potential to become a new drug for the treatment of core symptoms of brain disorders such as Down syndrome and autism, reports a new...
Why Lopinavir and Hydroxychloroquine are Ineffective Against COVID-19
Lopinavir and Hydroxychloroquine do not work on COVID-19 because the concentration of both these drugs in the lungs of patients are not sufficient to fight the infection...