How busy families can make time for physical activity
The demands of daily life – homework, family dinners and bath time, just to name a few – can make it hard to find time to exercise. Our sports medicine expert offers ideas to help busy families be more physically active.
Don’t let asthma sideline your child
You may think because your child has asthma, he can’t participate in a sports team or exercise. In fact, regular exercise can help your child stay healthier. Learn more from our asthma expert on what you can do to keep your child in the game.
Sports Dehydration Safety Tips
To keep kids in top shape for sports, it’s important for them to stay hydrated by drinking plenty of fluids. Learn more about how to keep kids properly hydrated while they're playing sports and staying active.
Developmental and Psychosocial Impacts of Concussions
A recent study shows that kids and teens may be exaggerating symptoms of concussions. Our concussion experts explain when injuries should be evaluated and what impact this has on psychosocial behaviors.
Gymnastic Safety Tips
Gymnastics is a vigorous sport that can lead to building some of the most dynamic young athletes in the world and, at the same time, results in more injuries than most people realize. Almost half of the injuries occur with hand springs and flips; as the learning of these skills is a process of repeated failures and falls.