Use these handy tips from the American Red Cross to help keep your young athlete safe this summer as heat and humidity climb across the country
Young athletes competing at high intensity are at increased risk of sustaining an ACL injury as they fatigue, according to new research
Dr. Christopher Ahmad, co-author of PLAY BALL and head team physician for the New York Yankees, on keeping kids out of operating rooms and on the field
Warm-up and bullpen throws that high school pitchers deliver on game day typically are not tallied in pitch counts but significantly increase injury risk, a new study says
Heading appears to alter cognitive function, at least temporarily, according to new research
New insights into the disease show head impact, not concussion, triggers CTE, according to researchers
More than 650 concussions reported in high school sports each day in U.S.
Girl soccer players are five times more likely than boys to return to play the same day after a concussion
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
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