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Foot & Ankle Injuries in Baseball & Softball by Northcoast Footcare Facebook Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:06pm “With warm weather approaching, many athletes are busy gearing up for another competitive season in their sport. Unfortunately, training in improper footwear and neglecting to stretch properly before and after activity greatly increases serious occurrences of foot and ankle injury,” said APMA President Dr. Ross Taubman. Continue Reading » ... Read on »
Softball Injury: “Play Ball!” And Play Safely by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 28 May 2013 7:00pm Does anything signify spring more than a youngster grabbing a bat, ball and mitt and heading for the baseball or softball diamond? Since Little League Softball was established in 1974, the sport has enjoyed growing popularity and today more than 360,000 girls between the ages of 5 and 18 play on 25,000 Little League teams worldwide. Many thou ... Read on »
Keeping Warm by Megan Posted Tue 09 Nov 2010 9:52am Hi guys! Happy Tuesday!! Guess what? It’s chilly here this morning!! Wahoo! Here’s hoping this “Fall” weather will stick around for good– I’m sick of 90-degree heat in November!! (and sorry to all of you who have it way worse than me, weather-wise… I know I shouldn’t be complaining about how sunny it is here! LOL ) But Austin and I do mis ... Read on »
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Hot Food and Warm Smiles: A Special Thank You to a 50 Year Sinai Employee by Elizabeth Leis Patient Expert Posted Tue 21 May 2013 9:00am June Parran may consider herself “a country girl” at heart, but she’s been a pivotal part of Sinai Hospital for 50 years. Born to a family of 12 kids in Calvert County, Maryland, she came to Baltimore City in 1959; just three years later, she took a part-time position as a diet aide in the hospital’s Food and Nutrition Department. Thanks t ... Read on »
Adult Softball Leauge by Chic Runner Patient Expert Posted Wed 19 Oct 2011 12:18pm So, a little while back one of B’s friends asked if I wanted to join his softball team for an upcoming ‘season’. Now, let’s get something straight, I consider myself fairly athletic. I’ve always played sports my whole life. I played softball pretty much year round for 8 years, and was pretty decent. After a horrible experience in 8th grade with ... Read on »
Sunday Softball and Stuff Costumes and Cranberries! by Bobbi M. Patient Expert Posted Sun 11 Jan 2009 5:32pm We won our softball game!!! A wonderful way to end our weekend. I am starting to kinda like the sport...well kinda. I love that hubby and I get to do it together, it's quality time for sure. This afternoon after Church, I got to plan my week of events,meals and exercise plan. On Sundays I like to sit outside,(because it's so nice i ... Read on »
Softball is Back! by Jess Posted Tue 14 May 2013 7:52am It’s that time of year again — time to dig out my cleats and glove and head to the softball field! My Senate league softball team starts on Thursday night (picture above is from last year’s Senate league season), and I’m beyond excited — in part because I love softball, in part because I’m just really excited to see everyone after a ... Read on »
Concerts, Softball and Pool Time by Jess Posted Mon 26 Aug 2013 7:33am Why is it that summer weekends fly by so fast, and that summer in general this year has flown by? I can’t believe Labor Day weekend is right around the corner, which means college football season and tailgate season is practically here. Starting this week, I’ll be back to spending my Saturdays in College Park with my tailgate crew to watch ... Read on »
ArthritisFriend’s Twitter Updates for 2009-07-17 by Sheryl R. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 17 Jul 2009 10:54pm Softball at dusk on a warm summer night is the best way to end the day. Knee felt stronger than I thought it would. Yay! Success! # Heading out to play softball for the first time in 2 years. Gonna sport my "Kids Get Arthritis, Too" cap. Wish me luck! # [...] Read on »