Ah love – exciting and new. Finding one’s true love is something that only happens once in a lifetime – or does it! Inside this episode of Friday The 13th: The Series we meet Eli, a mortician with a hankering for love – but like everything else in this series – there’s a CATCH! … Continue reading Our Review Of “Epitaph For A Lonely Soul” – Season 3, Episode 12
The LAW, is out there, in vehicles of all kinds no less. Whether they on two wheels or on wheels that peel out and chase the good guys like in The Dukes of Hazzard, or the bad guys like Sonny Crocket and Tubbs in the day-glow cityscape of Miami, the law has always and will … Continue reading Best Police Vehicles from TV & Movies
Many young athletes who play the sport of football have dreams and aspirations of playing in the NFL someday. Whether those dreams and aspirations are realistic or not is a different story. I could easily go through the statistics of the continually shrinking odds of the success rates of moving from high school to … Continue reading A Conversation with Former NFL Player Chris Long
On June 14, Danish soccer star Christian Eriksen suddenly and unexpectedly collapsed during a championship match. It was suspected he had collapsed due to an abnormal rhythm in his heart and the medical staff on site wisely applied the automated external defibrillator, or AED, and a shock was applied. It was felt this likely … Continue reading Why Are AEDs Important In Sport?
Athletes sustain all sorts of musculoskeletal injuries. I’d put good money that most athletic trainers and sports medicine physicians feel pretty comfortable evaluating an ankle, knee or shoulder. But what happens when the trauma is to the abdomen? How confident do you feel in identifying something that may be brewing to one of the … Continue reading Abdominal Trauma in Sports
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
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