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COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES
WELCOME TO THE COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES
UD's Athletic Training Education Program is offering a two-year master’s degree program beginning Summer 2019. The mission of the ATEP is to prepare students to become competent, skillful and compassionate entry-level professionals in the profession of athletic...read more
Ever wondered what it looks like inside the gross anatomy lab in the STAR Health Sciences Complex? Check out this video to learn more about this important teaching resource in the Department of Kinesiology and Applied Physiology.read more
William B. Farquhar, a faculty member and professor of our Kinesiology and Applied Physiology department, recently had a column published in the Washington Post about his research in exercise and health. Farquhar talks about the benefits of daily exercise and its...read more
NATIONAL WINTER SPORTS TBI AWARENESS MONTH
Winter sports are a great way to have fun and stay in shape. Flying down the ski slopes at 25+ miles per hour or shredding the terrain on a snowboard at more than 20 mph is certainly exhilarating, but it can be dangerous, especially if you hit your head when you crash at those speeds. Hitting your head can result in a traumatic brain injury (TBI), which can disrupt brain function. As National Winter Sports TBI Awareness Month, January is the perfect time to learn how to prevent traumatic brain injuries while playing winter sports.
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