Last Thursday’s Thanksgiving and the rest of the upcoming holiday season are the time of year when families all around Columbus gather together, reuniting nieces, nephews, cousins and great grandparents that may not get to see each other as often as they would like. As young relatives play together, this can provide a great opportunity […]
Month: November 2011
Turf Toe Takes Out Ohio’s Football Competitors!
If you are a follower of football news, this year it almost seems as though turf toe is a contagious disease at both the professional and collegiate level, even though that is not actually the case. Luckily, this injury has not made the news for sidelining any Ohio State football players recently! While ankle sprains are […]
Fight Frosty Toes When Out Cheering on the Buckeyes!
The time of year is fast approaching when only the most dedicated of fans will brave the cold weather to attend Buckeye’s football games. Staying warm at the games or any outdoor activities this winter. As snowfall becomes more frequent, it is not only a matter of spectating comfort, but also a matter of safety. […]
Nerve Injury Takes the Kick Out of Mat McBriar’s Punting Skills
While the Cleveland Browns play the Texans this weekend in Houston, another Texas team will be hoping that their punter Mat McBriar has made a sufficient recovery to help them score some points. Unlike the more commonly heard of sports injuries, including ankle sprains, pulled muscles or broken bones, McBriar has injured the nerve in […]
Trick Or Treat, Take Care of Your Feet!
Halloween can be a rough time of year for children with diabetes as well as for parents trying to keep their kids healthy. Several Columbus area dentists and doctors have made efforts to give more options to keep Halloween healthy and fun for diabetic kids. A local dentist’s office has offered to buy candy from […]