Top 10 News Articles of 2018

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Top 10 News Articles of 2018

ACSM Staff |  Jan. 2, 2019
Each Tuesday ACSM members receive the Sports Medicine Bulletin (SMB) via email. Every edition of SMB includes links to relevant news articles that feature ACSM members, discuss research published in ACSM journals, or report on facts that are relevant to the exercise science and sports medicine industries. 

These are the most read articles from the SMB In The News section in 2018:

The Physiology of a Six Pack U.S. News & World Report, April 26  
ACSM President Walt Thompson is quoted as a subject matter expert in this article.

20 Ways to improve your health in under 20 minutes Business Insider, April 16
Guidelines from the American College of Sports Medicine are cited in this article.

Lift Weights, Eat More Protein, Especially is You're Over 40 The New York Times, February 7
This article discusses research published by ACSM members.

Even shorts bursts of exercise can reduce Americans' risk of disease and death, study says ABC News, March 25 
ACSM President-elect, Bill Kraus, M.D., is interviewed as the subject matter expert for this article.

Ranked: The 25 Unhealthiest Cities in America Newsweek, September 26
This article is based on results of ACSM’s 2018 American Fitness Index and includes a quote from ACSM Past President, Honorary Fellow and Current Chair of the ACSM American Fitness Index Advisory Board Barbara Ainsworth. Ph.D., M.P.H., FACSM.

This is How Many Squats it Takes to See Results Reader's Digest, August 7
ACSM exercise physiologist and personal trainer Jim White is quoted in the article as a subject matter expert.

Underdosing, Overdosing, and Structural Barriers -- Exercise is Medicine Population Health, August 8 
This article features research by ACSM member and fellow Ben Levine.

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