Screen time delays bed time, preventing ankle injuries with proprioceptive training, and are former multi-sport athletes more durable in the NBA?

 

Monday, November 13

Of more than five dozen studies looking at youths ages 5 to 17 from around the world, 90% have found that more screen time is associated with delayed bedtimes, fewer hours of sleep and poorer sleep quality

https://www.colorado.edu/today/2017/11/01/kids-uniquely-vulnerable-sleep-disruption-electronics

 

Wednesday, November 15

Prevent ankle sprains by practicing balance activities, also known as proprioceptive training

https://ylmsportscience.com/2015/04/03/prevention-proprioceptive-training-prevention-of-ankle-sprains-does-it-really-work-the-answer-here-by-ylmsportscience/

 

Thursday, November 16

According to the World Health Organization, 1 in 5 adults experience a mental health issue in a given year. Mental health and mental wellness are not synonymous

https://work.qz.com/1115542/mental-health-and-wellness-are-not-the-same/

 

Friday, November 17

A study by Rugg et al. finds that NBA players, who were multi-sport athletes in high school, played a greater percentage of total games and were less likely to sustain a major injury

http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0363546517738736?

 

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