Christmas and New Year's are barreling down upon us, with the usual bombardment of schmaltzy feelgood feels, family togetherness, and big planz riding shotgun. Not everyone can hang. This season, psychologists suggest you talk yourself out of feeling bad, even if you feel really really bad.
It turns out that competitive cheer really is hardcore. According to a new report, 66 percent of "catastrophic" sports-related injuries among women—the kind that cause permanent disability or medical conditions—are the result of bringing it on.
If you're in need of a little lift o' the spirits today, look no further than Matt, an elementary schooler who has spastic cerebral palsy. His condition makes it very hard for him to get around, but nevertheless he decided to run in his school's field day race. It's clear from the start that it's going to be a…
The story of a high school student forced to cheer on her rapist has exposed some deep problems with the way sports culture treats cheerleaders.