By Geoffrey Abrams, M.D.
Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Stanford University
And Dev Mishra, M.D.
President, Sideline Sports Doc
Clinical Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Stanford University
Most surgeons will like to see at least 90% strength in the operated.... More »
Knowing when to attribute information to a third-party source is an important skill for any writer. In most cases, it’s pretty straightforward. When it comes to the presentation of stats and other factual information, it’s sometimes hard to tell what’s fair game and what owes credi.... More »
If you are searching for community service ideas for children, you may be hoping to help them: 1) Meet school or scouting service requirements; 2) Build positive resumes for college; and/or 3) Develop into more empathetic and caring young people.
Whatever the reasons, it’s helpful to understand .... More »
What to make of this survey by Elite Daily in partnership with the University of Florida journalism school?
It found that while a large plurality of young adults get their news primarily from online-only news sites, those who prefer traditional websites of traditional news outlets rate themselves as.... More »
I was recently in Ohio for a family event. At this event, my father and his friends began sharing stories of their childhood. Everyone shared stories of their days of triumph on the sporting fields in their small Midwest town. As the event progressed, it evolved into a full on discussion about youth.... More »
Habits can either make you or break you. As an adult, you know the power they have over you. That’s why it’s so important for you to help your kids start developing good habits early. And this is especially true when it comes to playing sports. My guest writer today knows all about playing, coaching, and…
A journalist once asked former United States Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren why he read newspapers from back to front, rather than front to back. "I always turn to the sports pages first, which record people’s accomplishments," he answered. "The front page has nothing but people’s failures…
The American Medical Association calls domestic violence a "public health problem that has reached epidemic proportions." Most victims are vulnerable women and children assaulted by male perpetrators. Most victims emerge physically battered or emotionally scarred. An alarming number end up being murdered…