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Sports Injuries

Cheerleading, football, soccer - youth sports all have the potential for causing injuries. Learn how to minimize the risk of childhood sports injuries, how to pack a first aid kit, and when your child needs to see the doctor.

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  • 1.

    Overuse Injuries in Youth Sports

    Everything you need to know about the growing problem of overuse injuries in children.

    Source: Education.com
  • 2.

    Meniscus Injury - Cartilage Tear and Athletic Activities

    The knee is made up of two separate pieces of meniscus or cartilage (medial-inside; lateral-outside) attached to top of...

    Source: National Association for Sport and Physical Education
  • 3.

    Ankle Sprain and Athletic Activity

    The ankle joint is one of the most injured joints in the body. An ankle sprain typically occurs due to the “rolling”...

    Source: National Association for Sport and Physical Education
  • 4.

    First Aid Kit Contents

    Below is a list of first aid items you should have in a basic medical first aid kit. The first aid kit should be...

    Source: National Association for Sport and Physical Education
  • 5.

    Homemade Ice Packs

    Recipe Supplies: Plastic Freezer bags (� to 1 gallon size) Water Rubbing Alcohol Directions: Add water and...

    Source: National Association for Sport and Physical Education
  • 6.

    R.I.C.E. Treatment

    It is important to treat any injury as soon as possible to help control swelling and increase recovery time. The...

    Source: National Association for Sport and Physical Education
  • 7.

    Study Finds Youth Sports can be Fatal

    Many parents encourage their kids to work hard and play hard. But a new study shows that the equipment they wear when...

    Source: Education.com

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