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British Journal of Sports Medicine - This editorial is a call for action to make physical activity and sedentary behaviour messages inclusive. It focuses on disability. Numerous definitions of disability...

World Health Organization 2020 guidelines on physical activity and sedentary behaviour

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British Journal of Sports Medicine - Objectives To describe new WHO 2020 guidelines on physical activity and sedentary behaviour. Methods The guidelines were developed in accordance with WHO protocols. An...

BJSM blog - social media's leading SEM voice - Testosterone and female sports Participation in exercise and sports has many health benefits and all people should have the opportunity to participate. After puberty,...

Covid-19: What do we know about “long covid”?

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The BMJ - As recognition grows that many patients have long lasting effects, Elisabeth Mahase examines the evidence and the response “Long covid” is a term being...

Post-Exertion Malaise — Long Covid Physio

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Long Covid Physio - Post-Exertion Malaise (PEM)When symptoms such as disabling fatigue, difficulty thinking, pain, and exercise intolerance are made worse by exertion, this is called post-exertion malaise....

Realist synthesis in sport and exercise medicine: ‘time to get real’

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British Journal of Sports Medicine - In sport and exercise medicine (SEM), context is key. By context we mean: ‘What works?’ ‘for whom?’ ‘how?’ and under ‘what circumstances?’ These are...

British Journal of Sports Medicine - Objective To quantify US female and male Olympic athletes’ longevity and the years of life lost or saved due to multiple causes of death...

BJSM Blogs 2.0. Evolution, not Revolution | BJSM blog – social media’s leading SEM voice

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BJSM blog - social media's leading SEM voice - As our readers and followers will know, we at BJSM have tried to make the ‘journal’ much more than just that, and instead more...