Monthly Archives: June 2020

What You Need to Know About Exertional Heat Stroke



  It’s summertime. Throughout much of the country, heat and humidity are starting to become the norm. When you add that to a world navigating through a pandemic, and young athletes anxious to start up organized sports again, those of us in sports medicine are on high alert for a potential surge in heat related … Continue reading What You Need to Know About Exertional Heat Stroke


Season 7, Episode 5 “A Trout In The Milk”



  Funny how – the 1960s got SKIPPED! But never too funny to go back and see the grandeur of the 1970s. While you may think it was all elevator shoes and bellbottom’d pants, shagged parenting and roller skates, there’s a LOT more that is encapsulated inside this most-recent time-travelin’ episode of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD! It’s … Continue reading Season 7, Episode 5 “A Trout In The Milk”


Current Issues – Episode 6 (May/June 2020)



  Welcome to another edition of My Big Fat Pull List’s Current Issues. Our top stories for this episode include a discussion regarding the return of comic books back in shops, DC Comics decision to break ties with Diamond Publishing, the unfortunate passing of the legendary Denni O’Neil, and a revisit to some of our … Continue reading Current Issues – Episode 6 (May/June 2020)


PUPPIES! A Conversation with Tori Peacock



  Welcome to this episode of The Animal Academy Podcast. I’m excited to have this conversation wth my niece, Tori Peacock, who has just become the proud Mom of a Yorkie named Byron! I also recently added a Golden Retriever puppy named PJ to my household so during this interview I will have a conversation … Continue reading PUPPIES! A Conversation with Tori Peacock


Season 7, Episode 4 – “Out Of The Past”



  It was a dark night in the podcast studio. The air was SULTRY – thick with anticipation, doubt, and thoughts of – the future. No one knew what the next step would be, but we were sure that there was nothing good that waited for us tomorrow. The microphones are surrounded with the misty … Continue reading Season 7, Episode 4 – “Out Of The Past”


Our Review Of “Wedding In Black” – Season 2, Episode 21



  The DEVIL. He’s not just in the details, he’s – INSIDE THIS EPISODE. That’s right, Malbolgia, Lucifer – the desolate one – he who hath horns, is in this episode – BUT NOT REALLY. You’d think that a devilishly enchanted snow globe would bring together a (snow globe’d) storm of AWESOME inside a show like … Continue reading Our Review Of “Wedding In Black” – Season 2, Episode 21


The Onion Fields: Peeling Back the Layers



  It’s hard to judge a person from a one time meeting. Seeing that person over and over again, though, will certainly give you the insight needed to get a feel for them. But that’s when things get complicated, because now you have to peel back the layers of this person to get to the … Continue reading The Onion Fields: Peeling Back the Layers


Season 7, Episode 3 – “Alien Commies From The Future”



  1955 was a landmark year in science fiction, but what kind of platform will it provide for our valiant future-hopping heroes inside this FINAL SEASON of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD on ABC and Hulu Streaming? What’s this? Agent Carter*? Flying Saucers? Bombs more powerful than anything you can possibly imagine and = Alien Commies … Continue reading Season 7, Episode 3 – “Alien Commies From The Future”


Healthy Young Athlete Podcast: Gymnastics: Injuries & Myths...

Gymnastics: Injuries & Myths…



  I don’t know many people that don’t enjoy watching gymnastics during the Olympics. It’s unfortunate we won’t be able to watch them this upcoming summer but here’s hoping for 2021. It’s estimated that nearly 75,000 of our kids participate in gymnastics. However, there is a risk of injury and there are also some common … Continue reading Gymnastics: Injuries & Myths…