• Expanding sports concussion laws may help ensure safety of all teenage athletes

    Recent concussion laws that set out to prevent head injuries in American teenage athletes should be extended to include the activities of summer camps, travel teams and all-star teams. This will ensure that all children and youths who suffer head injuries receive appropriate care and education. So says Thomas Trojian of Drexel University College of

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  • Walking Groups: Easy Steps to Better Health

    Exercise doesn't have to be complicated. Even simple walks with friends may improve your health. A recent study found that adults who joined outdoor walking groups had improved overall health. These patients had better heart health and were less likely to be depressed than those who didn’t exercise regularly. "I believe that activity is extremely

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  • With the growth of outpatient orthopedic spine surgery, more research is warranted

    As the potential and practicality of orthopedic spine surgery performed in the outpatient setting gains traction with both patients and surgeons, questions still remain about reimbursement, risk-to-benefit ratios, guidelines for follow-up care and decisions about which procedures should be done in this environment. “The question for spinal surgery is what are the appropriate kinds of

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