Kindbridge Unveils New Mental Health Program in Partnership with NFLPA

Kindbridge, the leading behavioral health expert, announced a first-of-its-kind mental health program in collaboration with the NFL Players Association’s Professional Athletes Foundation (PAF). A New Mental Health Program Will Help Professional Athletes The unique new program will seek to improve the mental health resilience of players and provide vital education. This is a first-of-its-kind player-only program.Continue Reading

Wearable Technology Can Help Remotely Monitor Horse Health  – Horse Racing News

by Paulick Report Staff|08.07.202208.06.2022|8:11am10:12pm Many horse owners wish they had a way to keep tabs on their horses when they can’t be at the farm in person. Purdue University veterinarians and biomechanical engineers have created a wearable equine slicker with embedded sensors that allow for continuous remote tracking of aContinue Reading

Twitch Streamer Trainwreck Launches a Mental Health Initiative to Provide Free Therapy to Viewers

05:2530 Jul Trainwreck, a very successful Twitch gambling streamer, introduced his fans to a new mental health program. He announced the establishment of the Community Care Program, which would provide free treatment services via Discord to community members. The initiative is a joint effort with the Rise Above the DisorderContinue Reading

The ADPH Advised Chris Philp on Public Health

The Association of Directors of Public Health (ADPH), a British membership body, has published an open letter to Chris Philp, the country’s gambling minister. The ADPH shared its expertise on how to best protect UK citizens from gambling harm. This move comes ahead of the publishing of Britain’s gambling whiteContinue Reading

Researchers Seeking Owner Input Regarding Umbilical Cords, Foal Health – Horse Racing News

Researchers at Saskatchewan’s Western College of Veterinary Medicine are investigating whether excessively long umbilical cords, or cords with more twists than normal, affect the health of a live foal.  Equine umbilical cords are typically between 20 and 24 inches long and have four or five twists. Cords that are excessivelyContinue Reading