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  • The truth about sports concussions

    While football bears the brunt of the blame for sports head injuries, the Brain Injury Association of America reports cycling actually causes more concussions for children and adolescents 5 to 18. Football is second, followed by basketball, playground injuries and soccer. With fall sports underway for children and teens, it is important to know concussions are not limited to […]
  • 6 of the biggest skin cancer myths

    Melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, strikes about 70,000 Americans each year and kills nearly 10,000, reports the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Sadly, many of those deaths could probably be prevented because melanoma is highly curable when caught early. One famous example is Jamaican performer Bob Marley, who was felled by brain cancer […]
  • 5 critical lifestyle changes for a healthy colon

    This article is Sponsored by TGen. A driver who sees a flashing sign warning about dangerous road conditions is likely to slow down or even switch to an alternate route. When it comes to colon cancer, though, many people ignore warnings and fail to make lifestyle course corrections that could prevent a health catastrophe. Cancer of the colon […]
  • 5 potential warning signs about your child’s development

    This article is Sponsored by TGen. Because parents spend the most time with their children, they are usually the ones to notice if something seems amiss. In some cases, those small signs are indications of a much bigger problem. “Any parent who suspects something’s not right with their child’s development needs to know that research […]