Monthly Archives: September 2015

Youth Sports Injuries Are Not Part of the Game Plan

Preventing Sport Injuries in our Youth

“I think that we’re at a crossroads, as it relates to the grassroots of our sport, because if I had a 10-year-old boy, I don’t know that I’d be real inclined to encourage him to go play football, in light of what we are learning from head injury.” Such a statement would be expected from… Read more »

Flu Season Is Coming—What Should I Do?

Preparing for Flu Season

It’s impossible to pinpoint just when flu season will strike; it may occur in the early fall or later in winter. What we do know is that influenza, small RNA viruses that replicate and change rapidly, will at the least cause misery and at the worst result in major pandemics killing millions of people. The… Read more »