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Manassas Turkey Trot at George Mason University Prince William Campus a Big Hit Before a Big Meal

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Not many Fall or Winter races in Virginia allow participants to warm up, stretch, cool down and shower afterwards. However, athletic events at the Freedom Aquatic and Fitness Center  are wonderful in that there is rarely traffic getting there and plenty of parking. Located at Freedom Center Blvd. in Manassas, just off University Drive, this is

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Historic New Orleans Athletic Club visit

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While traveling, Herndon trial lawyer Doug Landau likes to stay fit by working out at local health clubs.  With his IHRSA Club discount in hand, the “Triathlon Trial Lawyer” has experienced gyms in over half of the United States and a dozen foreign countries.  The the growth of franchise gyms, it has become easier to

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Bending, Breaking the Rules in the NFL

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Like many Americans, I enjoyed throwing and watching football with family this Thanksgiving. Even my folks went outside to throw the pigskin around with me !  We all cheered when the Indians (the Washington Redskins) beat the Cowboys for a change.  My father always taught me that if you practiced, played fair and gave your

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Football Helmets Made to Reduce Skull Fractures, NOT Brain Injury or Repeat Sports Concussions

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While American Football helmets are increasingly sophisticated, at the end of the day, they are designed to reduce the incidence of skull fracture.  They are not made to reduce traumatic brain injury or cumulative concussions.  During the Sports Concussion presentation at the Brain Injury Services 2012 Bi-Annual Conference, Dr. Jeffrey Barth noted that helmets cannot

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Centreville Virginia Conference on Brain Injury in Children

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Children with “Attention Deficit Disorder,” Learning Disabilities (“LD”) and “Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder” appear to recover more slowly from concussions.  This delay in recovery after mild traumatic brain injury was one of the topics covered in the Brain Injury Services‘ Brain Injury in Children and Adolescents 2012 conference.  As an invited guest, trial lawyer Doug

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