High-impact, high-intensity exercise through soccer provides enormous health benefits for young players
University of Texas at Arlington study finds that significant number of caregivers have a limited understanding of concussions and their impact on kids’ futures
Researchers find that approximately two-thirds of all head impacts studied occurred during practice, while the percentage of high-magnitude impacts was higher in games
Male athletes sensitive to how peers and coaches view them, according to a small study of 288 athletes conducted in Michigan
Confidence, self-esteem, motivation, and more, gained by girls who play soccer, according to European study involving more than 4,000 teens
Only about 30 percent of practice time includes moderate to vigorous exercise, says new Kansas State University study
Children who battle weight issues are at increased risk of dealing with a lifetime of depression as adults, according to new research
Sports participation can diminish ADHD symptoms in children, though new study says athletes may be at increased risk of injury in contact sports
New study reveals those who are bullied as kids, as well as those who perpetuate bullying, face long-term issues
Research finds that teens developing depression likely to use terms such as feeling 'stressed' rather than 'depressed'
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