Parents and Pros for Safer Soccer says due to concussion risks, kids should not practice heading in soccer until they're age 14 or in high school.
Heat illness can be dangerous and even fatal--but it's also preventable and treatable. Find out how to keep your athlete safe during hot summer practices.
When kids have fun playing sports, they're more likely to keep playing. Boost the fun factor in youth sports: Winning isn't everything!
The Presidential Youth Fitness Program is no longer a one-time look at kids' performance on a fitness test. Instead, it aims to encourage lifelong health.
Many adolescents - both boys and girls - engage in muscle-enhancing behaviors, and not all of them are healthy. Help your teen build muscle safely.
Summer sports camps have many benefits, but they also have their own set of safety concerns. Find out how to lower your child's risk at sports camp.
The best warm-up exercises for kids are fun and easy to do. Warming up before sports or stretching helps kids stay healthy and perform better.
Ultimate soccer mom Kristine Lilly shares how-tos for four soccer games that build skills and promote active play.
Does your family love geocaching? Here's how to go beyond the basics and branch out into different kinds of caches that aim to educate and entertain.
Kids usually love water--for fun, games, swimming, splashing and even competing. Find activity ideas, sports how-tos, and safety tips for water play.