American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) says playing multiple sports more likely to lead to lifelong physical activity and benefits while decreasing the risk for burnout
Researchers say the King of the Circle drill should be eliminated by coaches because of the high impact collisions that expose players to additional risk
Key data from the U.S. National Registry of Sudden Death in Athletes reveal important insights, according to a new report.
New research highlights a substantial gap in how the United States currently estimates concussions sustained by youth nationwide
High-impact sports like soccer help build stronger bones in children – even those kids whose genetics predispose them to bone weakness
As early as first grade, severely obese children are more likely to be rejected by peers and show signs of depression, new research indicates
York University concussion experts report that children take longer to fully recover from a concussion than previously thought
Is the hazing problem getting better or worse? Vanderbilt researchers report that many young athletes who are hazing victims don’t report the abuse
Youth who exercised within seven days of head injury had nearly half the rate of persistent post-concussive symptoms a month later, study says
Researchers studied the head impacts of about two dozen high school football players over the course of one season and discovered changes in their brains, even when concussions weren't involved.
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