Articles for Tag: "sports"

Is it a sprain, strain or something else? 
Is it a sprain, strain or something else?
A rolled ankle can cause a lot of pain, but how can you tell when your injury is serious?
Looking to improve your performance? Contemplating death might be the key 
Looking to improve your performance? Contemplating death might be the key
New research suggests an unconventional method for athletes in search of a boost.
No more chewing tobacco at the ballpark 
No more chewing tobacco at the ballpark
New York City follows Chicago, Boston and others in promoting a tobacco-free baseball game experience.
Can better sleep help with concussion symptoms? 
Can better sleep help with concussion symptoms?
More restful sleep may hold the key to improving outcomes for those who have suffered mild traumatic brain injury.
Spike in ‘Tommy John’ surgeries among young baseballers  Featured
Spike in ‘Tommy John’ surgeries among young baseballers
The pitching-related elbow surgeries have tripled in recent years, and almost all the growth occurred in 17- to 20-year-olds.
Are parents pushing young athletes into doping? 
Are parents pushing young athletes into doping?
Researchers find that mom and dad’s high expectations may drive some high school athletes to make dangerous decisions.
Wrestlers at high risk for skin infections, study finds 
Wrestlers at high risk for skin infections, study finds
Ringworm, fever blisters and cold sores are more common for athletes in this sport.