August in New York is fantastic. Between NYC, Montauk, and all the events in between, one doesn’t have enough days to enjoy all the activities. Though one activity I never want to miss, which is the U.S. Open Tennis Grand Slam.
As winter finally shows signs of fading away and with spring just being right around the corner, it’s finally time for some outdoor sports! Unfortunately with sports also comes injuries, but luckily through the advancements made in medicine the injuries sustained can be treated.
There have been injuries going around the NBA all season and the Detroit Pistons star guard Chauncey “Mr. Big Shot” Billups is the latest to the list. Last week he underwent right knee surgery to repair a torn meniscus. Now these types of injuries are no joke, especially since the knee is the largest joint in the body.
The XXII Olympic Winter Games are finally underway! In this year’s Winter Olympics more than 2,500 athletes from 88 countries will compete for 294 medals in 15 winter sports. Another fascinating finding in this year’s event is that platelet rich plasma treatment is approved for athletes,
It has been an insane season so far for football fans, especially if you saw the AFC championship game. The Seahawks and 49ers were battling it out for a chance to play in the Superbowl against the Broncos. However, when it comes down to big time games there is a high risk for injuries as well, just ask NaVaorro Bowman the 49ers linebacker.
If you’re a fan of Dancing with the Stars then you must have been in awe when you found out about what happened to William Sanford during his time on the show. For those of you who may not know who he is, I’ll give you a hint. He just so happened to be the host of a very popular science show back in the 90s. I’m sure many of you may have watched it for educational purposes.
Nerves are the cordlike bundles of fibers made up of neurons through which sensory stimuli and motor impulses pass between the brain or other parts of the central nervous system and the eyes, glands, muscles, and other parts of the body. Nerves form a network of pathways for conducting information throughout the body.
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