Is MMA a Sport or Martial Art?

Jim R says: A simple sport. It is a game between 2 players. You may win, as in boxing, by Ok or decision. Grappling is also allowed within limits, and opponents may be choked out, or they may submit. It is...

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Sunglasses a must for children

Dee Brun and her four children all wear sunglasses. She didn’t think twice about putting them on when the children were infants. “My eyes are sensitive to the sun. If it bothers my eyes, I can only imagine how sensitive it would be for kids,” says ...

Cal Ripken Talks Orioles, Beer And Bringing Glasses To Children Who Need Them

ThePostGame caught up with Orioles' legend Cal Ripken, who was taking time ... you were talking about the most consecutive game streak. Do you wish people remembered you for other parts of your career? RIPKEN: I think in the end if you're remembered ...

Consumer Reports: 68,000 kids hurt every year by lawn mowers

Consumer Reports says children are involved in some 68,000 mower injuries ... We see it when we pass by commercial mowers: safety glasses, sometimes hard hats and masks. And while you might get a chuckle out of it, experts say you should be ...

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