Health & Safety
For one athletic trainer, the lessons she has learned from athletes about hard work and perseverance over the years has been one of the best parts of her job.
Health & Safety
Are athletes whose families can afford the high cost of today's increasingly specialized and expensive youth sports paying a price in higher rates of injury? The answer appears to be yes, according to new research for the first time links overuse injury rates in young athletes with their socioeconomic status.
Brooke de Lench will be participating in "The Sports Injury Epidemic" conference presented by the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga on April 15-16 which will explore and highlight issues related to prevention and management of sports injuries at the high school and college level.
Team of Experts
When a referee sidelined Overland High School soccer player Samah Aidah because her hijab allegedly created a "danger," her teammates expressed their solidarity at their next game by all wearing hajibs. 
Nutrition
The often unhealthy food choices youth athletes are offered at concession stands can be replaced with healthier items without a loss of revenue or profits or customer satisfaction, says a first-of-its-kind study.

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