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Does central nervous system dysfunction underlie patellofemoral pain in young females? Examining brain functional connectivity in association with patient‐reported outcomes

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Patellofemoral pain (PFP) refers to significant retro‐ or peri‐patellar pain of the knee that is not directly associated with an obvious structural abnormality. PFP is a

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Muscle strength explains the protective effect of physical activity against COVID-19 hospitalization among adults aged 50 years and older.

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The risk factors of COVID-19 include not only older age, male sex, and underlying chronic conditions (i.e., obesity, cardiovascular disease, lung disease, kidney disease,

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Using an erythrocyte fatty acid fingerprint to predict risk of all-cause mortality: the Framingham Offspring Cohort

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The Framingham Heart Study provided unique insights into cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk factors and ledto the development of the Framingham Risk Score based on 8 baseline

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Running Biomechanics Before Injury and 1 Year After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction in Division I Collegiate Athletes

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After anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction (ACLR), athletes demonstrate significant alterations in surgical limb running biomechanics as compared with the nonsurgical

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Low Horizontal Force Production Capacity during Sprinting as a Potential Risk Factor of Hamstring Injury in Football.

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Hamstring injuries are the most prevalent injuries in football, with an average of 22% of players sustaining at least one hamstring injury during a season. The majority of

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