REDDING, CT — Christine E. Hansen (nee Daniels), 48, of Redding, passed away on December 3, 2018 at Danbury Regional Hospice after a 5 year battle with breast cancer.,She also served as a Eucharistic Minister at St. Patrick Catholic Church in Redding.,Christine is survived by her devoted husband Tom, as well as her pride and joy, son Connor of Redding, son Matthew and daughter-in-law Laura of Fort Sill, OK, daughter Kristyn of New Haven, her beloved dog Kirby, mother Diana Daniels of Redding, brother Greg Daniels of Fairfield, father and mother-in-law Robert and Nancy Hansen of Bethel, brother-in-law Robert Hansen, Jr. and sister-in-law Brenda of Shelton, maternal grandmother Elizabeth Daniels of Sherman, as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.,A Memorial Mass for relatives and close friends will be held at St. Patrick Church in Redding on Monday, December 10, 2018 at 11:00 a.m.,To offer online condolences to Christine's family, please visit www.boutonfuneralhome.com.

Since the passage of Title IX in 1972, the number of women participating in sports has skyrocketed, increasing 560 percent at the college level, yet women continue to be underrepresented in exercise science research—both as participants in general studies and as the specific subject of scientific inquiry—creating huge gaps in knowledge about female physiology and performance.,With more men participating in sports in general compared to women, there were simply more males to choose from in the potential pool of research subjects.,When women and men play the same sports by the same rules and use the same equipment (say, in soccer), women have a 50 percent higher concussion rate, according to a 2015 study in JAMA Pediatrics.,A 2017 study in the British Journal of Sports Medicine found that, of 207 male and female athletes evaluated for concussion, women presented a greater number and severity of symptoms.,Snedaker says variations between male and female brain injury patterns emerge around puberty—premenstrual girls have similar outcomes to men—and a woman���s monthly cycle may also affect recovery and end results.

Moreover, increasing use of the anabolic steroids for the treatment of medical conditions such as anaemia, certain kinds of breast cancer besides others is expected to fuel the market growth during the forecasted period., The global performance enhancing drugs market is segmented on the basis of types, products, and end users., The Americas dominates the global performance enhancing drugs market owing to the presence of well-developed economies with high per capita income within the region like the U.S. and Canada., Asia Pacific is the fastest growing region for the market due to the increasing awareness of the performance enhancing drugs, continuously developing economies, and presence of huge opportunity in the market., On the other hand, the Middle East & Africa owns the least share of the global performance enhancing drugs market due to presence of poor economy, especially, in Africa region.