Health & Fitness

Keeping Kids Fit: Unintentional injuries deserve our attention

The party stopped and the conversation started when an insurance company ran an ad during the Super Bowl that was voiced by a child who had lost his life. We don’t know how he died, exactly. Was it a drowning? Was it by swallowing cleaning fluid or medicine? Was it from a furniture tip-over? All we know is that it was an injury.

Jock Doc

Soccer injury may need pelvic X-ray or MRI for correct diagnosis

Q. I am a 16-year-old soccer player who hurt my right hip kicking a ball about a month ago. I rested it for two weeks and when I went back to play it happened again even worse. The pain is in the front of my hip and hurts most when I raise it in a kicking motion. Resting did not help and wonder what I should do now?

Health & Fitness

How do you know if your parents need help?

Q. My parents are in their late 70s and live in Delray Beach. Though I don’t live near them, I speak to them a few times a week and see them several times a year — and my children go down on their own for visits during their winter breaks. Other than a little arthritis and a few aches and pains, they are perfectly fine and are thoroughly enjoying their retirement and family.


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