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Gone are the days of being young and invincible. As the years pass, our once youthful and relatively toned bodies begin to break down. We seek alternatives to improve and maintain our health at consistent levels, regardless of how our... more

At the very least sports has put a spotlight on the prevalence and heartbreaking consequences of child abuse. The question now is, will fans and citizens take the next step and, not just acknowledge the problem, but, do a better job of... more

Over three quarters of children have either been victims of bullying or observers of such abuse, and 1 out of every 5 kids reports frequent bullying that makes their life miserable. These statistics are really scary, especially when it comes to... more

Aging isn't easy, especially for retired athletes. But it's inevitable. And despite daily fitness, a healthy diet and taking time to rest, the body needs more time to heal properly as we age. Baby boomers are one of the most active aging... more

Today parents, athletes and sport associations are caught up in a concussion conundrum! While education and awareness about concussions is attracting more attention, the legal path of concussive incidents is one seldom ventured or... more

During the 2012-2013 partial season lockout die-hard pro hockey fans felt let down by the players and alienated from the bargaining process. Those that usually thrive amidst the NHL hockey season, suffered as well during the... more

We can't ignore head injuries anymore. Athletes in North America sustain 3.8 million brain injuries each year and yet they are reluctant to report brain injuries. Players feel pressure to shake it off to remain in the game. There is a stigma... more

Daniel Brett loved the game of football. Even as his football career began at the age of eleven, Daniel's dream was to play for the University of Miami Hurricane. He was tough and versatile playing offense, defense and special teams, rarely... more

Cody Giroux and his teammates joked and laughed as they laced up their skates in the dressing room when one of the boys' fathers stormed in. He was upset over the fact that his son had been hit during a team practice. The father, Steven... more

Retiring professional baseball players, like pitcher Jim Hannan, keep the love the game alive. Stepping out of the dugout after the final pitch is the first move into actively sharing their time and passion for their sport as ambassadors of the... more
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