Everyone needs to be a little more careful on Halloween: this is why

People behave strangely (and too often, dangerously) on Halloween. Adults wear costumes that conceal their identities. Children walk the streets at night, asking for candy. It’s probably not surprising that your car is almost twice as likely to be vandalized on Halloween than on any other day of the year. Or that emergency rooms report… Learn More »

CDC Launches Campaign to Educate Coaches, Parents and Players Concerning Concussion Injury from Hockey

When playing ice hockey, young players can suffer concussions from falls, being struck in the head by the stick or puck, or from players colliding with the ice, with each other, or the boards on a hockey rink. Recently, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention teamed up with USA Hockey to develop the "Heads Up: Concussion… Learn More »