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  • Doctor: Oxygen Therapy Revived Joe Namath's Brain

    by By Linda Santacruz Palm Beach Post Staff Writer October 2014

    Brain scans and cognitive tests showed Namath, who said he had at least five concussions playing football, suffered from traumatic brain injury (TBI), particularly on the left side, where he received the most impact as a right-handed quarterback.

  • MiLB Park Opts for Same Lighting as Yankee Stadium

    by Michelle Williams, The Orange County Register September 2014

    The Diamond in Lake Elsinore is being outfitted with an advanced technology lighting system engineered by Musco Lighting, a smaller scale version of the arrays the company installed at the Yankees' new field in 2009.

  • Helmet-Cap Maker Claims It Has Protected 35K Players

    by Christopher Seward; Staff September 2014

    An increasing number of football players from leagues to colleges are strapping heavily padded, locally developed "caps" to their helmets to prevent concussions and other serious injuries.

  • Florida Gulf Coast Looking to Upgrade to In-Arena Video

    by Dana Caldwell, dcaldwell@naplesnews.com September 2014

    When 4,500-seat Alico Arena opened in 2002, it was home to an infant Division II program, and the 10-foot scoreboard that can display only a few ads, the score, time remaining and timeouts and foul counts was perfectly fine.

  • High School Tries Helmet Cover as Anti-Concussion Tool

    by George M. WIlcox. gwilcox@pioneerlocal.com, @geomwilcox September 2014

    Brad Huth doesn't recall many details about the concussion he suffered while playing tackle football. It happened when the current Hinsdale Central junior running back was in the seventh grade.

  • Company Testing Fibers for Use in Football Helmets

    by rbehre@postandcourier.com September 2014

    In a well-lit testing facility several football fields away from the monumental stadium known as Death Valley, a team of researchers is searching for a material that might one day make football a safer sport

  • Technology Makes Fitness More Interactive, Engaging

    by Emily Attwood September 2014

    One of the hottest trade shows to attend this year if you were a leading fitness company isn't one typically associated with fitness: the International CES (Consumer Electronics Show), held this past January in Las Vegas. "I've been going to CES for many years, and this was the first year Precor had a booth," says David Flynt, director of Precor's Experience Development Center. "It was fascinating to see the growth of the digital health space, but more interesting was the way the concepts and issues around digital health were showing up in other booths. You couldn't go into a big booth — Intel, Sony, Samsung, any of these traditional CES companies — without finding some aspect of digital health."

  • Videographer's Drone Flight Over Neyland Stadium Probed

    by News Sentinel staff September 2014

    The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating a drone that flew above Neyland Stadium during the University of Tennessee-Utah State football game late last month, the agency has confirmed.

  • 2014: The Year of Wearable Technology?

    by Emily Attwood August 2014

    Whether 2014 is indeed the "year of the wearable" as predicted at International CES remains to be seen, but there's no doubt that the ability to capture data about lifestyle and exercise habits is significantly impacting the way people work out — and there's still a great deal of potential to be realized. "When people engage with tech, they're beginning to expect that something is being captured about that experience," says David Flynt, director of Precor's Experience Development Center. "Today's wearables are really great at capture. What we want to be able to do is reflect back to them something that is able to give them control over that data. We're looking at how to help them understand what that data means."

  • Nike's LED Basketball Court a Sight to Behold

    by Michael Gaio August 2014

    Nike is known for designing futuristic shoes, clothes and now, basketball courts.