Baseball fans are likely familiar with New York Mets star David Wright. Dubbed "Captain America" following his heroics for Team USA in the World Baseball Classic and seven-time Major League Baseball All Star, Wright has long been considered the face of the Mets franchise for nearly a decade. But, the days of glory may be over for Wright since being diagnosed with spinal stenosis last year, a narrowing of space in the spine which may lead to pain, muscle weakness, numbness and even issues with bladder and bowel functions.
Summer is nearly upon us, and with it comes an increase in sports-related injuries. According to Johns Hopkins Medicine, over 30 million children and teens participate in organized sports. Among these children, there are over 3.5 million injuries this year, some of which can be serious or even deadly.
With the beginning of June meaning the start of Ramadan, the Muslim holiday honoring the first revelation of the Quran, the Social Security Administration is reminding all Americans of the importance of diversity and the Administration's role in making certain that all Americans are treated fairly and equally.
As you may already know, the process of applying for Social Security disability benefits may be a long and potentially tedious process. It may seem confusing or overwhelming to an applicant who is already suffering from a disability that prohibits him or her from working. That is why it is important to know what to expect and what is needed as you begin the application process.
Both those affected by migraine headaches and those who live or work in close proximity to migraine victims understand the severity of migraine attacks. For sufferers, it is often extremely difficult to function on any level while experiencing the extreme pain. Migraines are a serious condition for people throughout the New York metropolitan area. It is believed that throughout the world, nearly 15 percent of humans suffer from migraine headaches. For those suffering from chronic migraine attacks, it may be hard to work or do anything productive during the attacks.