There’s a saying that goes “The only thing certain in life is death and taxes!” Unless, of course, you’re an immortal vampire! Have YOU ever thought about living…forever? While it sound appealing, there are a few drawbacks… No reflection, no love for garlic, only being able to work overnights, and of course…the pesky, undeniable … Continue reading Talk About Terrifying: Blood Suckers
Sports medicine professionals interact with athletes daily, many of whom have some underlying mental health issue. Commonly this may be anxiety or depression. We know that many athletes don’t feel comfortable disclosing their mental health issues or concerns or often they may go undiagnosed for long periods of time. They can affect athletic performance … Continue reading The AMSSM Position Statement on Mental Health
The fear of what lurks outside your window at night or what’s making that sound under your bed can be crippling. We tell ourselves there’s nothing to be afraid of, but there is nothing rational about the terror we feel. It Is Everything! It’s not often that a piece of literature comes along, rummages … Continue reading Something Is Killing The Children Review
The race to success isn’t one that’s easy. It’s certainly not always clear. Being presented with “easier ways to do things” is supposed to be a good thing, right? Well, not in every case, especially when one is gifted the abilities from a father who has not only something else up his sleeve – but when … Continue reading Our Review Of “Year Of The Monkey” – Season 3, Episode 11
YOU voted! Now here are the winners of the 3rd Annual 2GuysTalkingHorror Spookies!!! The 2GuysTalkingHorror Podcast Links Bar: Subscribe via iTunes | Subscribe via RSS Feed | Facebook Page | Twitter Page | Stitcher Page Rate this Podcast on iTunes! The ultimate success for every podcaster – is FEEDBACK! Be sure to take … Continue reading 3rd Annual 2GuysTalkingHorror Spookies Winners Video!!
We continue our series during Mental Health Awareness Month discussing mental health issues facing athletes. Think that professional athletes have it all together and there aren’t any pressures? How about if you make the Olympics for your sport? Everything will be great from there on out, right? It’s easy to walk away. No pressures…..well … Continue reading A Conversation with Olympian Rachael Flatt (Mental Health Awareness Month 2021)
Award shows… You either love ’em or hate ’em. But despite your feelings for them, they do serve a purpose and that’s giving the art and craft of film and filmmaking the attention and accolades they deserve. All film except horror, that is. Sadly, with the passing of such events like the Scream Awards … Continue reading 3rd Annual Spookies – What YOU Need To Know!
Injuries can be devastating to an athlete of any age. It typically means loss in many respects… of goals, dreams, aspirations, normal physical activity, interaction with teammates and just being part of a team. Over the years, many tears have been shed in sports medicine offices over a diagnosis that results in that loss. … Continue reading Mental Health Awareness Month – A High School Athlete’s Story
Most of us drive the highways on a regular basis and as we do we see many things… We see litter, furniture, ladders and roadside memorials to honor people who have died on the highways as a result in a traffic crash. But we also see people WALKING along those busy highways! Sadly, those … Continue reading Not For The Faint Of Heart…
It’s time for another Research Review on the Pediatric Sports Medicine Podcast. Today we tackle the shoulder. We’ll review 3 articles covering shoulder instability bracing, clavicle fractures and the effectiveness of a throwers injury prevention program. Time to dive in to the medical literature. The Pediatric Sports Medicine Podcast Links Bar: Subscribe via … Continue reading Research Review — The Shoulder