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10 radical suggestions to improve football

The game of football that I have loved for more than 50 years has changed — and, quite often, not for the better. Today's game is played much different from the game I first learned to play as a young boy. And I am sure that in 50 years, football will look completely...

source: By Edwin McIntyre
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Standing in front of a map of her native country of Mexico, musician and singer Ana Gonzalez captured the attention of a room full of youngsters in Redlands, California. About 50 children — with parents in tow — inside the Redlands Community Center paid close...

source: Redlands Daily Facts via San Bernardino County Sun

New York City's efforts to help overweight kids lose weight has paid off in an unexpected way — the most obese children have taken off the most weight. Officials found an almost 10 percent drop in rates of severe obesity from 2006 to 2011 among the city’s public...

source: NBC News

SPARK, an evidence-based physical education curriculum program developed by two San Diego State researchers for K-12, celebrated a quarter-century of success recently. Initially established to combat heart disease, the team studied elementary physical education with support...

source: The Daily Aztec

Dance instructors in Beloit, Wisconsin, said they developed mommy and me dance classes because they can teach lessons within the class that the parents can learn and take home to play groups. Plus, Marilu Weisner said, it's good for the parents because they can get some...

source: Beloit Daily News

Young adults who exercised vigorously before bed ended up getting better sleep than their peers who reported less strenuous evening activity, a new study found. The results, based on sleep patterns during a single night, go against the usual advice to avoid being too active...

source: Reuters

Edwardsville High School freshmen will dive into a new subject beginning this coming school year when the Chuck Fruit Aquatic Center opens its doors — and its pool. As part of the physical education curriculum at the Illinois school, students will receive swimming...

source: The Edwardsville Intelligencer

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