Screen time delays bed time, preventing ankle injuries with proprioceptive training, and are former multi-sport athletes more durable in the NBA?


Monday, November 13

Of more than five dozen studies looking at youths ages 5 to 17 from around the world, 90% have found that more screen time is associated with delayed bedtimes, fewer hours of sleep and poorer sleep quality


Wednesday, November 15

Prevent ankle sprains by practicing balance activities, also known as proprioceptive training


Thursday, November 16

According to the World Health Organization, 1 in 5 adults experience a mental health issue in a given year. Mental health and mental wellness are not synonymous


Friday, November 17

A study by Rugg et al. finds that NBA players, who were multi-sport athletes in high school, played a greater percentage of total games and were less likely to sustain a major injury



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