Does Self-Reported Knee Pain Impact Physical Training Negatively in Conscripts?

Research Paper Title Self-Reported Knee Pain Does Not Impact Physical Training Negatively in Conscripts. Background Despite the great number of investigations on the effects of injuries during military service, there is limited information available on the use of self-reported instruments. This study evaluated self-reported knee pain (KP) and its effect on physical performance during military… Read More

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Pericoronitis & Greek Military Trainees

Research Paper Title Pericoronitis: A clinical and epidemiological study in greek military recruits. Background This paper presents a statistical analysis of epidemiological, clinical and radiographical characteristics of third molar-related pericoronitis. Methods 650 conscripts of the First Training Division of Conscript Soldiers of 2005 in Greece were recruited for the study. Each conscript was given a… Read More

Is there a Growing Social Divide in Body Mass Index, Strength, & Fitness of Swedish Male Conscripts?

The aim of the study was to monitor trends in socioeconomic inequalities in body mass index (BMI), cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF), and muscular strength over several decades in a population of Swedish males aged 18-19 years. Read More

Can We Correlate Viral Findings on Finnish Conscripts’ Hands & their Acute Gastroenteritis Symptoms?

Research Paper Title Contamination by Norovirus and Adenovirus on Environmental Surfaces and in Hands of Conscripts in Two Finnish Garrisons. Background This study investigated the presence of norovirus and adenovirus, especially enteric adenovirus, on the environmental surfaces (n = 481) and military conscripts’ hands (n = 109) in two Finnish garrisons (A and B) in… Read More