Sports medicine & Kinesiology

Q&A: Do protective policies in elite sports safeguard athletes?

With the 2024 Summer Olympics around the corner, all eyes are on Paris. Over 10 thousand of the best athletes from around the world will gather to compete in 32 sports, push the boundaries of athletic achievement and break ...


Do chatbot avatars prompt bias in health care?

Chatbots are increasingly becoming a part of health care around the world, but do they encourage bias? That's what University of Colorado School of Medicine researchers are asking as they dig into patients' experiences with ...

Biomedical technology

Gene therapies raise difficult legal and ethical questions

New advanced therapies can alleviate or cure chronic diseases. But medical progress raises the question of how rights should be protected and balanced, according to Jessica Almqvist, professor in international law and human ...

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