Even if your child isn’t super athletic, he or she can still participate in activities like jogging, rock climbing or biking and reap the benefits of regular exercise.
Concussion specialist Gerard Gioia shares 10 questions parents should ask their child’s coaches and sports organizations about head safety.
Despite the risk for injury, physical activity in the wintertime is important for a child’s overall health and the strength of their bones.
Pre-sports ECG screenings may detect serious heart abnormalities, but they also may increase false alarms.
Winter sports can be dangerous, but with these winter sports safety tips you can prepare your young athlete and avoid injury.