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Archive for the ‘Sporting Event Injury’ Category

Child awarded $1.7 million over Little League injury
Monday, February 12th, 2018

An Allegheny County jury recently found a borough in Pittsburgh and two local athletic associations responsible for a brain injury that a child sustained during a Little League game. The child was awarded $1.7 million according to While sitting in the first base dugout watching his Little League teammates at bat, Zachary Hoffman was […]

Protecting Your Child’s Eyes from Injury During Sports
Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011

Bausch + Lomb recently issued a release providing tips for parents on protecting their children's eyes from injury while participating in sports. In a nutshell: Trauma to the eye from getting hit by a tennis ball, baseball or basketball, as well as jabs and pokes from other athletes, can lead to long-term vision problems including […]

With Nation Covered in Snow, Sled Safety No Laughing Matter
Friday, February 11th, 2011

As of last week, all but one U.S. state had snow on the ground.  For kids, an unusually snowy winter means an extended and more prolific sledding season.  Sledding usually takes a back seat to skiing and snowboarding when it comes to the winter recreation safety discussion.  However, statistics show sledding carries plenty of risk.  […]

Football Safety Concerns Rise: Studies Link Head Injuries with Traumatic Brain Disorder
Wednesday, February 9th, 2011

While the popularity of football has never been higher in the U.S., major concerns are being raised about the safety of the game from the highest professional level to the youngest youth leagues.  Alan Schwarz of the New York Times has written extensively on the subject.  Among his findings, doctors now say there is a […]

6 Year Old Boy Dies at Monster Truck Show After Debris Flies Into Spectator Area
Monday, January 19th, 2009

Reports on death of six year old boy on monster truck show.