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Injury Report Weekly - Preseason

08/29/2014 | Orthopedics & Sports Medicine

Featuring IU Health Sports Medicine Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Robert Klitzman and certified athletic trainer Brandon Spack.  Injury Report Weekly is a sports medicine conversation with a fantasy football twist. Listen to Dr. Robert Klitzman and Brandon Spack discuss sports injuries from the NFL injury report and make recommendations for your fantasy football lineups.  

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Butt Out: Why Third-Hand Smoke is So Bad for Us

08/29/2014 | WellnessSafety

We’ve known for decades that smoking is bad. It causes cancer, negatively affects asthma and is especially harmful to children, babies, the elderly and those who have compromised immune systems. Cigarette smoke is a mix of more than 4,000 chemicals. The Surgeon General has asserted there is no safe level of exposure to tobacco smoke and the long-term indoor effects of smoking are now being classified as "third-hand-smoking." Third-hand smoke is residual tobacco smoke contamination, including…

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Ending Childhood Obesity Bullying

08/29/2014 | Family CareReady, Set, School

September is National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month and the perfect time to bring awareness to the issue of discrimination and bullying of children affected by obesity. The Obesity Action Coalition urges all Americans to recognize the fight against childhood obesity and to stop the stigmatization of the children who struggle with the issue. Weight is a sensitive issue, but it is even more difficult for children who are still growing and learning about their bodies. Children who struggle…

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Is Social Media Causing You Undue Anxiety?

08/29/2014 | Treatments & ServicesMental Wellness

If the first thing you do each morning is reach for your smart phone to check social media channels, you might want to rethink your routine. Research shows that social media can have a direct effect on our emotional well-being. Stuides are being done on everything from how Twitter can affect your marriage to whether or not Facebook can cause bad moods. The fact is, many people enjoy logging on to social media. Whether its Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, Snapchat or Pinterest, social media…

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