Less than six minutes into the 2017-2018 NBA season opener, Kyrie Irving tossed an alley-oop to Gordon Hayward, who got tangled in the air with Lebron James as James contested the pass. As Hayward came back down, his left foot hit first and contorted beneath him — with a snap that could be heard across the stadium and on the broadcast.
Successful relationships are not where two people always agree, they are when two people figure out how to disagree and arrive at a solution with respect and love.
There are many benefits to learning to play a musical instrument, but can it actually make you smarter? We discuss that and more in a Q&A with Dr. Brad Clark, Ogden Clinic Pediatrician.
Did you know you can get a heaping serving of veggies while eating a decadent, chocolaty dessert? Now that’s a food win! Chocolate zucchini Bundt cake is amazing: this cake is dense, rich, moist, and very, very chocolaty. If I hadn’t told you there was zucchini in it, you would have never guessed. Shhh, it can be our little secret.
Brett Martindale, Sports Medicine Physician at Ogden Clinic, talks about “tennis elbow” – the causes, symptoms, and how to treat it.
You’ve probably heard the phrase: “If you want something done right, do it yourself.” This certainly applies to loading the dishwasher or cleaning out your car but it may not be the best advice when it comes to preventative breast exams.
Raise a mug on National Coffee Day: Your favorite morning habit may offer more benefits than just a jolt of caffeine. Coffee has been consumed for hundreds of years and blamed for several ills such as causing heart disease and stunting your growth. However, a growing body of research shows that your morning cup of Joe may have several health benefits when consumed in moderation. These are some big ones.
Like it or not, everything you say to yourself matters — good and bad. So why do we tend to remember the criticisms over the compliments? Why do we mull over our mistakes more often than we celebrate our successes? Why do we sometimes say things about ourselves that we’d never say to other people?
Childhood obesity is a growing epidemic that does not discriminate. It affects infants, toddlers, kids and teens; it grabs hold of children from all races, backgrounds and households. In fact, it is making its way into more households than ever before, with childhood obesity being reported to have more than doubled in children and quadrupled in adolescents in the past 30 years.
Dr. Sydney Piercey, Neurologist at Ogden Clinic, talks about the dangers of concussions in sports.