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Information on the latest research and studies, better-health tips, and advice for children's and seniors' health from GateHouse News Service. Know what the \x34study of the week\x34 means for your health and that of your family, and get plenty of fodder to ask your doctor about.
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Teach children how to prevent a sports injury, including staying hydrated, warming up with exercises and stretching, protecting injury-prone areas like pitching arms and knees, and getting plenty of rest between games and throughout the year. Injured athletes also may not report how they're feeling because they're worried they will let down their team, coach or parents if they ask to sit out a game or in practice. Speaking up about an injury can help ensure the child suffers no serious, long-term effects — and can return to play sooner.



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