Dr. Bridget Quinn, a primary care sports medicine physician specializing in female athletes in the Division of Sports Medicine and Shoulder Surgery at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
English is a language fraught with bendable rules with enough antonyms, homonyms and synonyms to keep an enthusiastic punster fueled for a lifetime.
In a land where “V” stands for vapid much of the time, Hollywood was the scene of some honesty and sincerity recently.
Now that the weather outside is more conducive to staying inside, it feels right to settle down in front of the keyboard to share some thoughts.
A team of diligent scientists drilling a half mile through Antarctic ice has made a remarkable discovery.
The morning ritual. For most it includes tending to teeth, gums, hair, calisthenics, deep breathing, grinding coffee beans, whipping up smoothies or walking the canine. But another more meaningful ritual occurred a few mornings ago….
Some young athletes have seen dental disease due to energy drinks.
Sometimes athletes just aren’t the sharpest tool in the shed …
At the outset, I confess that I have NEVER been nor shall I likely EVER become a connoisseur of one of America’s favorite pastimes—shopping.
So often we are jarred into place and forced to reflect on life and just how rough it can be.