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Reduce Depression and Cognitive Decline by up to 30% with Regular Exercise

Strong evidence exists showing a 20-30% reduction in depression in adults who participate in physical activity daily There is clear evidence that physical activity reduces the risk of cognitive decline…

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Physical Activity in Adolescence

The Faculty's position statement Physical Activity in Adolescence has been reviewed and updated by the author Professor Neil Armstrong. The statement includes evidence-informed recommendations for health-related physical activity in adolescents…

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Oral Health in Sport

The Faculty's position statement Oral Health in Sport has been reviewed an updated by the authors to include newly published studies. The statement includes a six point guide for the…

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Acland’s Video Atlas of Human Anatomy Now Available to Members

The Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine UK now offers access to Acland's Video Atlas of Human Anatomy to all Fellows, Members and Associate Members as part of their annual…

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Faculty Response to Draft Health and Care Workforce Strategy for England

The Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine UK has responded to Facing the Facts Shaping the Future: A Draft Health and Care Workforce Strategy for England to 2027. Our response…

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Training the Team and Communication – Faculty Delivers Key Session at Triennial Conference

The Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine UK (FSEM) will deliver insight from the specialty of Sport and Exercise Medicine (SEM), on its multidisciplinary team approach and working with the…

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President’s Update March 2018

I was saddened to hear about the death of our Honorary Fellow Sir Roger Bannister at the weekend. Sir Roger was one of the first to be awarded Honorary Fellow…

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If in Doubt, Sit Them Out – Concussion Management Guidelines Updated

In 2015, in a world first, medics, sports, Scottish Government and sportscotland, the national agency for sport, came together to produce a single concussion policy for all sports.  Today, (6…

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Exercise can slow the ageing process – a professor explains how

Shutterstock. Janet M. Lord, University of Birmingham The tradition of sending a telegram to every British citizen on their 100th birthday was started just over 100 years ago by George…

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Sir Roger Bannister

The Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine (UK) is sorry to learn of the death of one of its most distinguished Honorary Fellows Sir Roger Bannister. Sir Roger was one of the…

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