Articles for Tag: "athletes"

Hip replacement helps patient climb mountain 
Hip replacement helps patient climb mountain
Read one man’s journey from having hip surgery to the top of Yosemite.
How exercising young builds strong bones later 
How exercising young builds strong bones later
New study links exercising during youth to building and maintaining bone density throughout life.
Best exercises for aging joints 
Best exercises for aging joints
You’ve always been a fitness buff all your life, but what happens when your joints say ‘no more?’
How serious is Derrick Rose’s injury? 
How serious is Derrick Rose’s injury?
Sidelined again with a torn meniscus, here’s a closer look at the road to recovery for the Chicago Bulls star.
Got blisters?  Featured
Got blisters?
If you’re an occasional runner or seasoned-marathoner, blisters are a pain in the foot. Here’s how to treat and prevent them.
5 safety tips for the cheerleader in your life 
5 safety tips for the cheerleader in your life
With cheerleading injuries on the rise, here is some expert advice to keep your athlete safe this season.
Overuse injuries increasingly common among young athletes 
Overuse injuries increasingly common among young athletes
With the growth of organized sports, today’s young athletes are experiencing more overuse injuries than ever before.