11-14 in Chicago July.

Coyle PhD, Sarah E. Henry MD, Amgad M. Haleem MD, Michael J. O'Malley MD, and Constance R. Chu MD. T. David Sisk Award for Best Review Paper The winners were selected from the best review papers submitted to Sports activities Health: A Multidisciplinary Approach. The award will include a $2,500 cash prize and a plaque. This year's recipient is ‘Prospective Predictors of Patellofemoral Discomfort Syndrome: A Systematic Review with Meta-analysis’ from authors Evangelos Pappas PT, PhD, OS, and Wing M. Wong-Tom PT, MS, OCS. T. David Sisk Award for Best International Paper The winners had been selected from the best international papers submitted to Sports Health: A Multidisciplinary Strategy. The award includes a $2,500 cash plaque and prize. This year's champion of the best international analysis paper is ‘Clinical Outcomes and Return-to-Sports activities Participation of 50 Soccer Players After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Through a Sport-Specific Rehabilitation Process’ by Stefano Della Villa MD, Lorenzo Boldrini MD, Margerita Ricci MD, Furio Danelon MD, Lynn Snyder-Mackler PT, ScD, FAPTA, Gianni Nanni MD, and Giulio Sergio Roi MD..14, 2015 – – Consuming a Mediterranean diet, rich with plant foods, fish and olive oil, offers been found to end up being good for the heart, the mind and general health. Now, a new research out of Spain suggests the dietary plan supplemented with olive oil may also reduce the threat of breast cancer. Researchers assigned more than 4 randomly,200 women, ages 60 to 80, to consume either a Mediterranean diet plan supplemented with extra virgin olive oil or with nuts, or a low-fat control diet. We found a strong aftereffect of a long-term dietary intervention with the Mediterranean diet plan and extra virgin essential olive oil on breast cancer incidence, said Dr. Miguel Angel Martinez-Gonzalez, a researcher at the University of Navarra in Pamplona, Spain.