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Blog Posts in November, 2013

  • By: Allan Siegel Four former NFL football players took charge of their neurological health by volunteering in a UCLA study, which tested for chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). This condition is linked to the terrible symptoms suffered by many former NFL players, notably Junior Seau who took his life in May, 2012. CTE is a degenerative brain disease which can cause depression, anxiety, memory ...
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  • Are Our Teenagers Playing a Deadly Game for Fun?

    Posted By CSCS || 27-Nov-2013

    A recent video about the "Knockout Game" recently went viral on YouTube, exposing the horrific details of this teenage "game" for the world to see. Teenagers openly admit to playing this new game because they want to prove their strength or they simply have nothing better to do. The game involves walking up to a random stranger or even friend and punching them so hard they are ...
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  • How Dangerous is it to Ride a Bike in DC?

    Posted By CSCS || 21-Nov-2013

    Biking seems like such a great way to get around. For tourists, you can zip around between monuments and get to know the city like the locals. For commuters, you can save money on gas and fit in some exercise at the same time. But, riding a bike in Washington, D.C., should not be taken lightly. It can be very dangerous and often riders can end up suffering severe injuries. Each year, 1.5 % of ...
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  • By: Allan Siegel The D.C. Council is awaiting a vote, currently set for mid November, on the issue of illegal immigrants legally obtaining drivers' licenses. If the law is passed, then illegal immigrants could begin applying for driver's licenses as early as 2014. The function of these licenses would be for driving purposes only, and not for boarding airplanes or receiving benefits. The ...
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  • Yes, since 2009 the Social Security Administration (SSA) has paid more than $30 million to 1,542 people that are currently listed in its system as being deceased. The SSA also has 879 people who have been listed as deceased, but upon verification appear to be alive and well. In one instance, a person was sent monthly payment for almost 20 years after the date of death. Those in the whistleblower ...
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  • Advancements In Youth Sports Safety

    Posted By CSCS || 5-Nov-2013

    Youth sports organizations across the nation have recently joined forces with sports medicine professionals to create the National Sports Concussion Coalition. The goal of the coalition is to create a safer playing environment for youth athletes. Executive Director of Pop Warner Little Scholars explains, "sports have the power to change the lives of millions of young people" and "we ...
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