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November, 2013

  • 27 November

    Head Injuries Linked to Depression in Kids

    A recent study of 2,000 children indicated that kids who had suffered a head injury were more likely to suffer from depression in the future. The 2007 National Survey of Children’s Health observed kids who had severe head injuries, including concussions and brain trauma. Fifteen percent of these participants with …

  • 25 November

    My Soxy Feet – Quality Socks With a Good Cause and Mission

    This post brought to you by My Soxy Feet. All opinions are 100% mine. Hey guys, if you haven’t already heard of My Soxy Feet then you definitely need to. These are all USA made socks meaning that your helping create and keep jobs here in the states for a …

October, 2013

  • 29 October

    The Heartbreaking Death of Adrian Peterson’s Child

    Minnesota Vikings football player Adrian Peterson is no stranger to devastation. When he was eight years old, his nine-year-old brother and closest friend, Brian, was riding his bike when a drunk driver hit him. Brian died as a result of a brain injury from the accident. Then in 2007, when …

September, 2013

  • 16 September

    ATV Safety Demos Enlighten Students

    To kick off Farm Safety and Health Week in Kentucky, Agricultural Commissioner James Comer presented an accident dramaturgy to students of Western Hills High School in Frankfort. Although it was a mock accident, it demonstrated very real circumstances of carelessness when operating an ATV. The objective, Comer noted, is for …

June, 2013

  • 8 June

    Protecting Yourself from the Summer Heat

    Dealing with extreme heat can easily lead to heat exhaustion, and it is also possible to contract skin cancer after too much exposure to the sun’s rays. Fortunately, it is not necessary to let these potential issues force you to stay indoors throughout the entire summer. Instead, you can install …

May, 2013

  • 7 May

    Albion’s New Sports Program Aims to Help Injured Players

    College sports injuries can be disastrous for the player, and this risk was recently highlighted by the broken leg that Louisville’s Kevin Ware suffered during a game. All colleges that have a sports program have to figure out how to balance the cost of the program versus the potential expense …

October, 2012

  • 29 October

    Skateboarding – Aerobic exercise to the extreme

    Skateboarding can work your muscles and give you the Aerobic exercise of your dreams Staying happy and content is not so hard when you find something that you really like. Whether you decide to skate through town on your way to work, cruise down the block on a Sunday to …

July, 2012

  • 6 July

    The Dos and Don'ts of Running

      I am a regular runner myself, so all these tips have been learnt through a mixture of personal experience, mistakes and research. Dos Purchase a pair of good quality running shoes The importance of this cannot be emphasised enough! As long time sufferer of shin splints due to prolonged …

  • 2 July

    What You Need to Know about Tick Bites this Summer Season

    Now that the weather has warmed up, and summer has officially arrived, it’s time to start spending more time outside. While that could mean attending more barbeques or playing a few rounds of golf, spending more time outside also means managing with a whole world of bugs. Bees, fleas, and …

May, 2012

  • 9 May

    Pick Up Golf this Spring (in Style!)

    Golf is a decades-old American sport and leisure activity that’s been growing in popularity and accessibility. Once thought of as an elite country club sport, golf has finally come to the masses thanks to an increasing number of public courses that have been opening across the country. But golf is …