This Month in Journals: Assessing Athlete Heart Health; Monitoring Training Load Though Saliva;… and Reindeer

In scientific research coming out in the last month, researchers try to find ways to prevent Sudden Cardiac Death in athletes through better screening; markers in saliva can be used to test response to a training load; cross country ski suits, reviewed in different temperatures; no point in taking nitrate supplements; and, finally, how skiers affect reindeer in northern Scandinavia. Because who doesn't love reindeer?