University of Kentucky researchers examine psychological factors associated with concussions, such as anxiety, depression and irritability
Children who have sustained concussions have impaired brain function two years following their injury, according to a new University of Illinois study.
Youngsters exposed to bullying are more likely to face psychiatric disorders as adults, a new study finds. What are you doing to prevent bullying on your youth teams?
Bullying occurs in all parts of society, including youth sports. As a volunteer coach are you prepared to deal with it on your team?
Coaches and parents need more education on how to detect and respond to symptoms of concussions in young athletes to help prevent further injury risk, according to new findings
Study finds the number of youths tearing a major knee ligament has jumped during the past two decades
The power of sports: Youngsters from low-income families headed into middle school benefit from participating in sports and other extracurricular activities, a New York University study says
Adolescents who perform short bursts of high-intensity interval exercise three times a week could be significantly reducing their risk of developing heart conditions, study says
In the long run, emotional abuse might hurt a child as much as violence or neglect, study finds
Bullied youngsters who are involved in sports or are physically active are less likely to have suicidal thoughts and tendencies, says a new University of Vermont study
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