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NYU Sports and Society Conference “Character, Respect, and Civility in Youth Sports: Ending Bullying, Improving Performance”

NYU Sports and Society Conference “Character, Respect, and Civility in Youth Sports: Ending Bullying, Improving Performance”

Sports and Society Administrator June 24, 2014 0

On June 16, 2014, NYU Sports and Society hosted nearly 150 high school athletic directors, coaches, and school administrators from across the New York metropolitan area at a conference titled, “Character, Respect, and Civility

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A Top Doc for Student Athletes

A Top Doc for Student Athletes

Arthur Caplan May 30, 2014 0

Hi. I’m Art Caplan, of the Division of Medical Ethics at the New York University (NYU) Langone Medical Center. Welcome to Close-Up With Art Caplan. This is an interview show where we have an

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A crumbling Sochi hides behind Olympic facades

A crumbling Sochi hides behind Olympic facades

Sports and Society Administrator January 26, 2014 0

By NATALIYA VASILYEVA Associated Press | January 20, 2014 SOCHI, Russia (AP) — A shining new $635 million highway on the outskirts of Sochi stands next to a crumbling apartment block with a red

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The true cost of injuries to NHL players: $218-million each season

The true cost of injuries to NHL players: $218-million each season

Sports and Society Administrator January 26, 2014 0

ROY MACGREGOR The Globe and Mail | January 20 2014 Michael Cusimano had a simple idea: If we worry about the cost of absenteeism in the workplace, what about at the hockey rink? Dr.

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Judge Rejects N.F.L. Settlement, for Now

Judge Rejects N.F.L. Settlement, for Now

Sports and Society Administrator January 16, 2014 0

By Ken Belson NYTimes.com | January 14, 2014 The judge presiding over the proposed $765 million settlement between the N.F.L. and more than 4,500 retired players who sued the league and accused it of

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Frozen Faithful

Frozen Faithful

Sports and Society Administrator January 9, 2014 0

By WILL LEITCH Sportsonearth.com | January 6, 2014 Sunday was one of the coldest, nastiest weather days in recent U.S. history. Michigan — a state that knows cold — had its most frigid day

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What’s Really Killing Athletes With Concussions?

What’s Really Killing Athletes With Concussions?

Sports and Society Administrator December 26, 2013 0

By Dr. Anand Veeravagu & Tej Azad The Daily Beast | December 26, 2013 Twenty-three plaintiffs in the class-action suit against the NFL died this year. Thousands more live with problems. The roots of

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Magic Johnson Describes The Day He Found Out He Was HIV-Positive (VIDEO)

Magic Johnson Describes The Day He Found Out He Was HIV-Positive (VIDEO)

Sports and Society Administrator December 2, 2013 0

By OWN Huffington Post.com |

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Teen Credits Concussion With Giving Him His Musical Talents

Teen Credits Concussion With Giving Him His Musical Talents

Sports and Society Administrator November 24, 2013 0

CBSLocal.com | November 20, 2013 “He really had no talent,” his mother Elsie Hamilton said. “I would say ‘Can’t you hear what’s next?’ with something like ‘Mary Had a Little Lamb’ or ‘Twinkle, Twinkle

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The 2013 ING New York City Marathon: An Inside Look from Blue Wave #2 by Bib #22-003

The 2013 ING New York City Marathon: An Inside Look from Blue Wave #2 by Bib #22-003

Wayne McDonnell November 12, 2013 0

By Wayne McDonnell November 12, 2013 Since its inception in 1970 as four loops around Central Park by 127 entrants, the New York City Marathon has become a world class sporting event that has

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