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Herndon Turkey Trot – Running LEGALLY on the Grass!

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The annual Turkey Trot at the Herndon golf course allows runners of all shapes and sizes to run where they are usually not allowed. This fact —  and the late afternoon start — make this race a Herndon hometown favorite.  In addition, runners bring cans of food and old sneakers during this giving time of

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White House Conference on Concussions

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This past summer, President Obama hosted the first-ever summit on concussions at the White House.  The purpose of the conference was to increase awareness and education about the serious nature of concussions in youth, and more importantly, to kick start a culture shift in America when it comes to youths and sports. Concussions in Youth

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How Does World Cup Measure Distance Run by Players?

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Have you ever wondered how far a soccer player runs during a game?  With the world’s attention focused last summer on soccer during the excitement of the World Cup games, this may be a question on the minds of sports fans across the globe. Sports fanatics have always been — and always will be —

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Scuba Hose Recall — Drowning Hazard

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Scuba divers count on having well-functioning equipment.  With a sport like diving, faulty gear can be a matter of life and death — literally. Suunto has recalled its high-pressure air hoses because they may have a leak or rupture, which can lead to lack of air and drowning. The hoses were sold between November 2012

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Specialized Bicycles Recalled Due to Fall Hazard

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Approximately 173 bikes sold at authorized Specialized Bicycle dealers have been recalled.  The bikes were sold in the United States from October 2011 to September 2013 for a price of $2,000 to $2,700.  Here are the details: 2012 model year Source Eleven and Source Expert Disc bicycles with Supernova Switchable Dynamo Front Hubs as part

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Bar Hopping on a Bike?

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A recent article in the New York Times profiles a disturbing intersection of two worlds — the bar-hopping scene of New York City, and the city’s new bike share program called Citi Bike. As explained in the article, Citi Bike has become an attractive mode of transportation for some so-called bar crawlers.  Said to be

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Cycling Safety – Preparing for the Fall

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As anyone who is a serious (or not-so-serious) cyclist knows, the occasional fall is an unavoidable consequence of riding a bike. That is why Herndon cyclist and athlete’s lawyer Doug Landau is such a stickler for safety.  In fact, a quick search on this site will reveal numerous postings about safe cycling. A recent full-page

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Can Medical Negligence be Argued When a Patient Experiences a Well-Known Complication after Surgery?

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For insight into this question, consider a recent case that caught the attention of Herndon athlete’s attorney Doug Landau: This example involves a 40-year old professional athlete who underwent back surgery to repair a right sided lumbar spine disk herniation.  He also had lumbar stenosis. After performing a decompressive laminectomy and BAK cage and pedicle

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