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Clinical Sports Medicine. | Voted Sports Medicine Book of the Year in 2002 (2nd edition) and 2007 (3rd edition) Brukner & Khan’s Clinical Sports Medicine is the comprehensive and practical guidebook to sport and exercise medicine. This new edition has over 200 new images and now includes video teaching (see Masterclasses tab).

Volume 1 done and dusted. Has to be printed though so the rush copies will be available in (late) December 2016. Bulk production available from the start of 2017 in good time for the January/Febuary academic terms.

Fantastic new authors — the biggest names in sports physiotherapy, all chapters renovated, tons of new MRIs, a raft of new artwork to explain the novel concepts. Best edition by a mile. Way better than 4th…

Thanks a ton to the authors and the artist – they are what makes CSM.

Thanks to all of you who have had many great things to say about the 4th edition and the work of the 115 awesome contributors.

The good news is that 150+ contributors have FINISHED the 5th edition. The 5th edition will come in two volumes. Volume 1 is the “Injuries” part and it WILL BE AVAILABLE for Xmas 2016.

Volume

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My 4 year old son went for a dental checkup in February and the dentist saw an abscess on his gum next to his last

I can go as far as to say it could have resulted in saving my sons life and our entire family now knows what bipolar is and how to assist and understand my most wonderful son, brother and friend to all who loves him dearly.

Thank you very much

Corrie MollPretoria, South Africa

I thank-you so much! It really helped to have this information and
confirmation. We will watch her carefully and get her in for the
examination and US right away if things do not improve. God bless you as
well!

ClaudiaAlbuquerque, NM

Outstanding response time less than 6 minutes. Answered the question professionally and with a great deal of compassion.

KevinBeaverton, OR

Suggested diagnosis was what I hoped and will take this info to my doctor’s appointment next week.
I feel better already! Thank you.

ElanorTracy, CA

Thank you to the Physician who

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The 10 Best Fitness Articles of The Past Year.

I’m often asked why I don’t “write more articles” here at BenGreenfieldFitness.com.

Frankly, in my efforts to be the single best source for you to find the most cutting-edge fitness advice, I currently produce:

-two free podcasts a week (one Q&A and one interview)…

-an enormous protected Premium vault of bonus content…

-a pretty dang robust YouTube video channel…

-entertaining and educational Instagram photos…

-weekly “mini-blog” posts on Google+…

-daily Twitter health research highlights…

-and lots of fitness, nutrition and biohacking tips on Facebook…

…so this doesn’t leave a huge amount of time left for me to write BenGreenfieldFitness articles, unless I want to trade in my trail-running shoes to be a fat keyboard slob, or turn myself into a smart-drug and energy-drink chugging freak of nature who stays up until 1am hunched over a laptop.

On the other hand, my alter-ego the Get-Fit Guy (pictured above) spends plenty of

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Do I Really Need to Have Teeth Cleanings Twice a Year?

Have a health question? Email us at SELFHealthQs@condenast.com and we might answer it in an upcoming Q&A!

Q: My dentist told me I should come in for teeth cleanings twice a year, but I’ll be honest: I feel like going even once every 12 months deserves a gold star. How bad is it for my health to avoid dentist appointments?

We definitely feel your pain (or your urge to avoid pain and skip your appointments, rather). Going to the dentist can be anxiety-inducing or even just hard to fit into your schedule if you’re not having an emergency. To get to the root of this one, we chatted with Maria Lopez Howell, D.D.S., an American Dental Association spokesperson, and Vera Tang, D.D.S., New York City-based dentist. Here’s what they have to say.

Consider one dentist appointment a year your absolute minimum. But you might need to go more frequently depending

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