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Common Injuries in Sports – When It Goes Beyond Hard Training

Playing sports is one of the most common causes of personal injury accidents. Sports-related injuries are some of the top causes of traumatic head and brain injuries, broken bones, contusions, and heatstroke injuries. In the U.S., about 3.5 million children and teens suffer sports-related injuries each year. Almost one-third of all childhood injuries stem from… read more


How Toxic is Athlete Culture in 2018?

Athlete culture refers to the atmosphere surrounding today’s amateur and professional athletes. Engaging in sports today doesn’t just involve teamwork or trying hard – instead, athleticism has taken on an entirely new culture. Unfortunately, this culture can be very toxic to some. Many athletes have suffered serious injuries over the last few years due to… read more


Signs of Abuse in Schools and Sports – What All Parents Should Know

No parent wants to consider the idea that a teacher or coach could be abusing his/her child. With atrocities such as the Larry Nassar sexual abuse case making recent headlines, however, this tough topic is, unfortunately, something to which parents must pay attention. Learn the following frequent signs of physical, mental, and sexual abuse in… read more


Why It’s Important to Monitor Teachers and Coaches

Student-athletes have a lot on their plates. They are juggling their academic careers, sports practices, personal lives, and – for many of them – part-time jobs. Sometimes, especially in unsafe conditions, student athletes can suffer serious and even fatal injuries while on the field. Many serious injuries and illnesses happen during practices, not games. Such… read more


Help to Overcome a Fear of Swimming

Aquaphobia, or a fear of water, can translate into a fear of swimming and a fear of drowning. These are common fears that affect thousands of people around the world. Being afraid to get in the water, however, can put a damper on your summer. If you or your child is trying to overcome a… read more


How Common Is It for Police to Plant Evidence in Baltimore?

Planting evidence means to establish proof of someone’s guilt by changing or adding false evidence to the scene of the crime. It is an illegal practice that can lead to the courts wrongfully convicting an innocent person. Police officers, the ones employed to protect and serve the people of Baltimore, might be the last people… read more


Swim Hazards to Be on the Lookout for This Summer

Summer in Baltimore is best spent poolside…at least, until someone falls victim to an unintentional drowning accident. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, drowning takes about 10 lives per day. Swimming hazards can arise in any body of water, to someone of any age; especially if the property owner is negligent in… read more


Common Driving Mistakes Teen Drivers Make: Tips for Helping Parents Avoid Them

Teenagers want to enjoy their newfound sense of independence by getting into their new vehicles and driving on their own. At some point, parents must let their teens take this first step into adulthood. However, they’re right to experience some trepidation: car accidents are one of the leading causes of injuries in teens, and parents… read more


How to Handle a Traffic Stop With Drugs in the Car

A routine traffic stop happens to everyone at one time or another. On the other hand, you may face serious consequences if you face a traffic stop with drugs in your vehicle. Knowing how to proceed could provide valuable help to your situation, especially if it results in a criminal charge. Here are a few… read more


Equifax Data Breach: What You Need to Know

In 2017, Equifax consumers suffered a massive data breach, which affected more than 147 million consumers (about half the country). Among other things, the hackers stole driver’s license information from the major credit reporting company’s database. Equifax, Inc., began sending written letters to affected consumers by U.S. mail on March 1, 2018. Learn your rights,… read more