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Sports Injuries

  • Concussions: Caution Is a No-Brainer
    Although concussions range from mild to severe, they're all serious injuries that can harm the way the brain works.
  • Female Teen Athletes: At Risk for Injury?
    Teen girls who are athletes face unique obstacles when it comes to their bodies and how well they perform.
  • Heat-Related Illnesses (Heat Cramps, Heat Exhaustion, Heat Stroke)
    Children and teens are at greater risk for heat-related illnesses for several reasons. They adjust more slowly to changes in air temperature. They also produce more heat with activity and sweat less.
  • Inguinal Hernia
    An inguinal hernia is a bulge that occurs in your groin region, the area between the lower part of your abdomen and your thigh. Inguinal hernias occur because of a weakening of the muscles in the lower abdomen
  • Knees Are Casualties of Women's Sports
    Active women are at least twice as likely to suffer serious knee injuries as men, but it's not just athletes who are at risk.
  • Nosebleeds
    Nosebleeds are fairly common in children, especially in dry climates or during the winter months, when dry heat inside homes and buildings can cause drying, cracking, or crusting inside the nose.
  • Sprains and Strains in Children
    Strains, sprains, and bruises make up the majority of sports injuries. Treatment for a strain or sprain depends on the child's age and the extent of the injury.
  • Tennis Elbow
    Tennis elbow is a repetitive stress injury of the elbow that occurs when the muscles and tendons in the elbow area are torn or damaged.
  • What to Do About a Sports Injury
    Whether it's a twisted ankle, a shin splint or a strained muscle, when should you see a doctor for a sports injury?