Eye Injuries Due To Basketball

This article is courtesy of PRWeb, please share your comments below…..an older article from September, but some interesting tips….. Prevent Blindness Provides Tips on How to Help Prevent Serious Eye…

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Common Sports Surgeries: How Orthopedics Help Sports And Fitness Related Injuries

By Steve Barker Sports stars commonly have orthopedic surgeries to fix injuries they receive during practice & games, like Oakland A’s catcher, Josh Phegley’s recent knee surgery. While most of…

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Children’s Health – Claiming For Personal Injuries

By James Helliwell Healthy children running around is what we all strive for as parents and the occasional fall with the odd bump and bruises is part and parcel of…

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New CDC Vital Signs Report Shows Motor Vehicle Crash Injuries Are Frequent And Costly

Americans spend more than 1 million days in the hospital each year from crash injuries. More than 2.5 million people went to the emergency department (ED) – and nearly 200,000…

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It’s Time For A Change From The Black Swan Occurrence For Non-Contact Female Knee Injuries

By Warren J. Potash, Sports Performance Coach Yogi Berra said: “You can observe a lot by watching.” I have had a front row seat as a parent of a two…

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Prevention And Treatment Of Sports Injuries In Children

By Lynn Lee One of the most enjoyable things for parents is watching their kids participate in sports. Win or lose, competition can help children learn about themselves and what…

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Unnecessary Injuries Take Their Toll On Olympic Hopefuls

By John Harmata, Ask Mr. Edge Ice skaters worldwide have been struggling with the same recurring injuries for decades. Figure skating has no governing body to oversee the development of…

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Sports ‘Free Play’ Could Protect Against Youth-Athlete Injuries

From Your Health Journal…..”My regular visitors know I love and always promote the Education Week web site and plug their great articles whenever I can. Today, they had a great…

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Guest Post – Warren Potash, The Other Girl Will Be Injured – It Will Never be Me

The prevailing wisdom in youth sports is that I am invincible and the other girl will get hurt – not me. This type of thinking is partially responsible for the…

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