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IN THE JOURNAL
Read this month's cover story and find articles from previous issues. You can now search back issues for the topics you are interested in.
Find articles on exercise, nutrition, injury prevention, personal fitness, and rehabilitation--all written for the active individual.
Find our helpful directories, like our Clinics, Groups, and Fellowships listings--plus indexed links to dozens of other web sites that represent the diverse sports medicine community. New: "Guidelines for Parents of Children in Sports" plus information on exercise, prevention efforts, and management of common childhood injuries and illnesses.
Discover how to earn American Medical Association (AMA) Category I CME credits, as well as CEUs authorized by The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA).
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