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May 1, 2014
As if parents of teens don’t have enough to worry about, add to the list concern over their kids getting enough sleep to avoid injury.
May 1, 2014
Develop your core
May 1, 2014
Imagine being a young, world-class athlete at the top of your game and on the path to the Olympics when tragedy strikes. You tear your ACL (anterior cruciate ligament). In a stop and go running sport like soccer, that can be a career ending injury.
May 1, 2014
Are all those fields filled with pint-sized soccer players a breeding ground for injury?
May 1, 2014
Perhaps you’ve experienced it yourself, a dull aching pain in the front of the lower leg when running or exercising. The pain may come on during activity and go away only to come on again after you’re done.
May 1, 2014
Mushrooms can provide as much Vitamin D as supplements according to researchers. And Vitamin D is essential for good bone and muscle health.   
May 1, 2014
According to new research, just two or more hours of physical activity per week appears to help pre-menopausal women maintain healthy bones. Women in the study who engaged in physical activity significantly reduced a known inhibitor of bone formation called sclerostin.  
May 1, 2014
After a double leg fracture, Alberto Gazzola is cooking again, both on the track and in the kitchen.   
May 1, 2014
By Richard Hayes, MD, Great Basin Orthopaedics  
May 1, 2014
If you're carrying too much weight on your body, your knees are taking a big hit, literally. As shock absorbers for our bodies, the cartilage between our knee and thighbone takes on a lot more force when we are overweight. That additional force causes it to wear more quickly.

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