High school athletes experience their fair share of dangerous head injuries during high-impact sports play, but new research shows many high school football players won’t bring their concussion symptoms to their coaches’ attention.
You’re asked a lot of questions when you’re an assistant coach for your son’s Little League team, as I was for two years, but with a new season underway I’m reminded that the two I heard most often last year were also the …
All it takes is one can of soda to increase risk of type 2 diabetes by 22%, according to a new study.
Questions about traumatic brain injury and bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev begin to surface
Saturated fat? Cholesterol? Sure, red meat has plenty of those, but it also contains a compound that toys with gut bacteria and can lead to clogged arteries.
Sitting in front of a screen can increase the risk of obesity, but TV seems to have a larger effect on weight than computers or video games.
To stretch or not to stretch? The latest understanding of preworkout routines may have you rethinking yours.
By all accounts, it was a freak accident that shattered Louisville Cardinal Kevin Ware’s lower right leg in an NCAA regional championship game. But what makes young bone so vulnerable to such breaks?
Religion can be a source of comfort that improves well-being. But some kinds of religiosity could be a sign of deeper mental health issues.
It turns out that strengthening bone to avoid fractures starts at a very young age.
Got milk? It turns out that low-fat versions may not be the answer to helping kids maintain a healthy weight.
Helmets and mouth guards don’t protect against concussions, says an international group of experts