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  • Teams claim 2018-19 Mid South Conference Premier I Division titles
    Behind strong on-field performances during the 2018-19 seasonal year, 14 teams earned US Youth Soccer Mid South Conference Premier I Division titles. In doing so, many of the division winners have earned an opportunity to compete in the 2019 US Youth Soccer Southern Regional Championships and qualify for the 2019-20… Read more »
  • Teams claim 2018-19 Frontier Conference Premier I Division titles
    Behind strong on-field performances during the 2018-19 seasonal year, 14 teams earned US Youth Soccer Frontier Conference Premier I Division titles. In doing so, many of the division winners have earned an opportunity to compete in the 2019 US Youth Soccer Southern Regional Championships and qualify for the 2019-20 US… Read more »

  • Cutting to Cope: What is Nonsuicidal Self-Injury?
    Today, nearly one in five children has a mental, emotional, or behavioral disorder. While some seek relief from their distress using positive coping methods, others may choose methods that are harmful and potentially life-threatening. Dr. Yolanda Evans, an adolescent medicine specialist at Seattle Children’s, has been seeing a recent increase… Read more »
  • Charlotte’s Journey to Transplant
    Janessa Felt watched helplessly as her 2-year-old daughter’s sunny disposition began to fade away. Charlotte’s bright smile and infectious laugh usually hid her struggle well, but that façade was cracking. Charlotte was getting sicker, which was evident by her yellow skin, the silver highlights in her hair and her large… Read more »

  • Alcohol-induced brain damage continues after alcohol is stopped
    Although the harmful effects of alcohol on the brain are widely known, the structural changes observed are very heterogeneous. In addition, diagnostic markers are lacking to characterize brain damage induced by alcohol, especially at the beginning of abstinence, a critical period due to the high rate of relapse that it… Read more »
  • Role of a deep brain structure in concussion
    Through a combination of biometric tracking, simulated modeling and medical imaging, researchers detail how hits to the side of the head cause concussion Read more »

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  • Tips for First-Time Sports Dads...
    It's hard enough being a first-time father. But when these former dudes become sports dads, they're often confused about how to handle the youth sports scene. Listen to the audio to hear what Kreidman has to say about becoming a first time sports dad. Read more »
  • Sports Parenting When You're Divorced
    Sports parenting as divorced parents poses a number of challenges. For example, one parent may be excited about kids' involvement in sports. The other may have no interest. Listen to the audio to hear what Brunkow has to say. Read more »

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