Childhood trauma often occurs from distressing events or relationships that exceed a young person’s ability to understand or process a traumatic experience. Most of us link trauma with tragedies like mass shootings, rape, accidents, war, or natural disasters. But childhood trauma is also associate.... More »
By Dev K. Mishra, M.D.
President, Sideline Sports Doc
Clinical Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Stanford University
Skin and soft tissue infections have become increasingly common amongst athletes, including at the high school and adolescent sport ages
These infections can hav.... More »
Thanks to Vincent Pugliese from Sports Photo School for writing this post on some quick tips for taking great photos of your kids playing sports. I see the frustration at almost every one of my kids’ games. No, it’s not from the players. It’s from the parents. Being that I’.... More »
Your athlete’s success will face a lot of challenges. Youth sports is full of challenges, there is no doubt about that. You’ve seen your child face playing time battles, coaching conflicts, teammate clashes, and performance slumps. And these are without a doubt big hurdles for your young.... More »
It’s easy to blame the coach when things don’t go as we’d like. Coaches are easy targets. When your child is not playing to his potential, when she is sitting too long on the bench, or when you don’t like the way a play turned out–parents are on the prowl for someone to.... More »
It’s the beginning of high school football season across this glorious land. I honestly love nothing more than getting back on the gridiron with the high school kids. There are so many intangibles that the beginning of any sport brings; and in our massive consumption of football world this sport seems to bring a lot […]
Ezra Eeman, founder of the future-of-journalism project Journalism Tools, posted a list of journalism Twitter accounts to follow on his Listly page last week.
I haven’t been great about tending to my Twitter garden lately. You? I go long periods when I don’t follow anybody new and don’t trim my “Following” list of feeds that aren’t interesting to me anymore…
Little League pitcher Mo’ne Davis pitched the first shutout game by a girl in Little League World Series history on Friday. The 13 year-old Davis, pitching for the Philadelphia Taney Dragons, struck out 8 batters, gave up no walks and allowed only 2 hits. To finish the game, she struck out the side…