A concussion occurs through a bump or blow to the head causing the brain to move inside the skull, changing chemicals and damaging brain cells.
Undeniably, soccer is one of the most popular sports in the world, but it wasn’t always.
While you’re watching college soccer games this season, be sure to keep an eye on these 10 standout athletes (in no particular order).
1. Liz Keester, forward, University of Oklahoma
Jump start your morning with these 5 hardy breakfast options
2. Eggs and a fruit smoothie
3. Fruit and yogurt parfait
4. Protein shake
No gym? No problem. Take a peek at these 5 home workouts that won’t break the bank!
The 2006 gold medalist teamed up with World Vision to found Hannah’s Gold, a partnership aimed at providing residents of Kirindon, Kenya with necessities like clean water, farming tools, and educational supplies.
The color of your food can tell you a lot about what nutrients are packed inside of your meal. By eating a colorful diet we are doing our part to make sure our body gets the nutrients it needs.
Know the warning signs! Protect yourself and your players by knowing the signs of a concussion provided by the U.S. National Library of Medicine.
It looks like Major League Baseball is welcoming their first female baseball player!
Idaho State's outside hitter Abby Jensen, sophomore, may be partially deaf, but she isn’t letting that slow her down!
The NCAA announced that multiple NCAA championship games have been moved from North Carolina because the Board of Governors are not a fan of North Carolina’s discriminatory practices