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Miss Southeastern Louisiana University Chelsey Blank cools down with a snowball from Snow Bros in downtown Hammond. It is important to stay hydrated during the hot summer months according to Dr. Ryan Green,  assistant professor of athletic training.

Staying cool this summer

Erica Welter, Staff Reporter June 13, 2019

Amidst barbecues, crawfish boils, beach adventures and tubing trips, knowing how to keep cool helps ensure everyone has fun and stays safe during the hot summer months. Dr. Ryan Green, assistant professor...

Miss Southeastern Louisiana University Chelsey Blank shows off her muscles during a summer workout. Staying healthy during the summer is more difficult for students due to a less structured schedule according to assistant professor of athletic training Dr. Ryan Green.

Getting in shape this summer

Gerard Borne, Staff Reporter June 12, 2019

With the loss of continuity in students’ schedules over the summer, many can struggle with maintaining healthy habits. Dr. Ryan Green, assistant professor of athletic training, talked about the best...

While performance-enhancing drugs allow student-athletes short-term advantages, using the drugs are against NCAA rules and may result in long-term damage.

Temptations of athletes using drugs

Jacob Summerville, Staff Reporter March 26, 2019

The urge to get ahead of the competition can drive athletes to unintentionally put their health at risk. The National Collegiate Athletic Association created a list of banned drugs for the 2018-2019...

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