Articles tagged with 'Injury' | OSF HealthCare

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2024
April
03,
2024
| 09:49 AM America/Chicago
Cozy cardio, one of the latest fitness routines to trend on social media, isn't just a winter thing.
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March
22,
2024
| 11:09 AM America/Chicago
New federal data show nearly 108,000 people died of an overdose in 2022. That's up slightly from 2021.
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March
15,
2024
| 12:12 PM America/Chicago
From head to toe and some other issues you may not think about, here's what kids and adults need to know about wrestling injuries.
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February
06,
2024
| 10:27 AM America/Chicago
Exposure to frigid temperatures can have serious consequences.
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January
03,
2024
| 12:22 PM America/Chicago
Women – specifically those 80 and up – may be unaware of stroke risk factors that greatly impact them.
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2023
December
28,
2023
| 10:59 AM America/Chicago
During the winter sports season, it's important to know the types of ankle injuries and how to treat them.
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November
07,
2023
| 10:02 AM America/Chicago
Experts say young athletes devoting to one sport year-round can suffer overuse injuries and burnout.
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September
19,
2023
| 10:44 AM America/Chicago
ACL injuries are possible in fall sports. While they can happen out of nowhere, hear how you can be proactive to protect your body.
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July
24,
2023
| 09:02 AM America/Chicago
Overuse injuries that aren't treated properly can cause long-lasting, chronic health problems. Here's how to identify overuse injuries and treat them.
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July
07,
2023
| 16:04 PM America/Chicago
The tennis-like sport that made a comeback in 2023 remains popular with older adults.
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June
28,
2023
| 09:06 AM America/Chicago
Certain grades and sports require a back-to-school physical. But it's a good idea to get a checkup every year.
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June
19,
2023
| 13:28 PM America/Chicago
Ultrarunning is anything longer than 26.2 miles. It sounds daunting, but it can be a fulfilling summer hobby if you train properly.
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May
10,
2023
| 09:07 AM America/Chicago
Most medical professionals agree there is some evidence for migraines caused by changes in barometric pressure. There are ways to lessen the impact of the headaches.
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