A new school year presents the opportunity for many students to start a new physical activity or get back into playing their favorite sport, but it’s important for parents to understand the safest way for their young athletes to do so. An expert at Baylor College of Medicine provides insight on the best ways for students to set the foundation for healthy habits in their athletic endeavors.
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