July 11-14 in Chicago.

Green MD, MS. O'Donoghue Sports Injury Study Award This award is given annually to the best general paper that deals with clinical based analysis or human in-vivo research. In 2013 it is directed at authors: Daryl C. Osbahr MD, E. Lyle Cain Jr, MD, B. Todd Raines MA, ATC, Dave Fortenbaugh PhD, Jeffrey R. Dugas MD, and James R. Andrews MD for his or her paper Long-Term Outcomes after Ulnar Collateral Ligament Reconstruction in Competitive Baseball Players: Follow-up with a Minimum of a decade. The awardee is selected by the AOSSM Awards Subcommittee with recipients receiving $2,000.Prevents cancer Garlic contains allyl sulphides that’s known to prevent numerous kinds of cancer. People who consume garlic in their daily foods or eat it raw at least twice a week, have less likelihood of developing lung malignancy as compared to those that don’t consider garlic at all. Besides garlic contains organo-sulfur compounds that prevent brain brain and cancer tumor. 7. Improve iron metabolism The presence of Diallyl sulphides in garlic improve iron metabolic process by raising production of ferroportin – a protein known to assist in iron absorption.