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I Am Not an Object or Incompetent – ​​PHE America

(Article 2 of 5) [5-Part Article Series] People with physical disabilities hold limited positions as scholars, teachers, or leaders in physical education, recreation, and sports. Perhaps the reason is that the field is flooded with able-bodied people who think they know best. But do they? Michael Oliver, imminent writer, and scholar argued that people with […]

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Opinions | A middle ground on masking in health-care settings

Comment on this storyComment You’re reading The Checkup With Dr. Wen, a newsletter on how to navigate covid-19 and other public health challenges. Click here to get the full newsletter in your inboxincluding answers to reader questions and a summary of new scientific research. Should hospitals and other health-care facilities maintain mask requirements, even though

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Editorial Board Announced for 2023 – PHE America

PHE America has announced its editorial board members for 2023. The Editorial Board is composed of professionals in higher education interested in serving as reviewers to offer writers constructive feedback in preparing their articles for publication. Editorial Board members serve both PHE America and Sport Coach America. The six-member board includes Brian Sather, a professor

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Texas Law Requires Interscholastic Sports for Students with Disabilities – PHE America

IntroductionThe authors hope this Bill could be introduced in your state to help students with disabilities gain equal access to and equality for sports equivalent to what is offered to nondisabled students.  The article will present Texas Senate Bill 776, highlighting notable sections, language suggestions, the need for state disability sports laws, arguments presented for

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Nebraska lawmakers to debate attaching a 12-week abortion ban to trans youth health care ban

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska lawmakers are set to take up debate late Tuesday on a plan that would tack on a proposed 12-week abortion ban to a bill that would ban gender-affirming care for transgender minors. The combination of the two highly contentious measures sets up what could be one of the most volatile

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