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  • Proximal Biceps Tendonitis for Teens

    In teens, biceps tendonitis is usually an overuse injury that causes tendons in the upper arm to be swollen or irritated. Most cases heal on their own if you follow a few guidelines from your doctor.

  • Can People With Asthma Play Sports? for Teens

    Sports and exercise are a good idea for people with asthma. But some activities are better than others - find out more.

  • Signing Kids Up for Sports for Parents

    Organized sports can help kids grow in many ways. Consider your child's age, personality, and abilities to help make sports fun.

  • Exercise Safety for Parents

    How to get fit without getting hurt.

  • Sports Safety for Teens

    Sports Safety

  • Osteochondritis Dissecans for Parents

    Osteochondritis dissecans is when a piece of bone and the attached cartilage break down and become loose. If it heals completely, kids who have it usually don't have any long-lasting problems.

  • Training & Performance for Teens for Teens

    These tips can help you get ready to play your best season ever.

  • Panner's Disease for Teens

    Panner's disease is a painful bone condition linked to overuse of the elbow. A teen with Panner's disease needs to avoid all activities that cause pain so the bone can heal.

  • Can Kids and Teens With Asthma Play Sports? for Parents

    Kids and teens who have asthma can and do play sports. But some activities are better than others - find out more.

  • Stretching for Teens

    You may have heard mixed things about stretching before working out. Here are the cold, hard facts on warming up, stretching, and cooling down.