- Hot as hell, but brickies soldier on – Sports Medicine Australia WA warned sporting bodies to consider canceling activities over the nest few days or postponing them until cooler weather because of the dangers of dehydration and heatstroke.
- Fears head injuries in amateurs not spotted – Amateur and professional footballers who are concussed face possible long-term neurological damage, cognitive impairment and mental health problems, research reveals.
- Turf toe puzzles doctor – A leading foot expert says Aaron Sandiland’s “turf toe” diagnosis could mean the ruckman is sideline for anywhere from 12 to 16 weeks
- Don’t be afraid to save a life – It’s not necessary to be a CPR expert to improve someone’s chances of survival
- Turf toe: the big problem – Dr Strahan, also a board member of Sports Medicine Australia, said the nickname of the injury originated from American football that is played on spongier, artificial turf.
- Keys to cut risk of injury – This is the analogy used by Alexandra McManus, Sports Medicine Australia WA spokeswoman, for the serious damage that can be caused to the brain from falls, blows and other trauma.