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Jason Singer

Jason Singer is an award-winning journalist who has covered health care, sports, business and politics for a wide range of publications from major metropolitan newspapers to CNN. In addition to journalism, he's a smitten husband of his wife U.S. Army Spc. Susan McMillan, as well as an avid chef, travel addict, professional golf caddie and sports fanatic. He speaks Mandarin-Chinese, has so far visited 24 of America's 59 National Parks, and has a below-average singing voice despite his last name.

Jason Singer

Posts from Jason Singer

Doc helps keep NHL players on the ice

When millions of dollars and hard-earned careers are on the line, athletes seek the best care in the business.

Smartphone addiction dials up concerns

Dependency on mobile devices negatively impacts sleep, school work and social skills.

‘Easy to use and tremendously helpful’

A new group of seizure-tracking apps are making the lives of doctors and epilepsy patients better.

Battling arthritis? You can do ‘amazing’ things

Slimming down with the right diet and simple exercises can help people kick pain.

Want a brilliant season? Follow smart spring training

Strengthening the right muscles, pitch counts and proper rest can improve short- and long-term health for young pitchers.

Patient Story

Couch to 5K: You can do it

The best way to begin exercising? Tell somebody your goals.

Have arthritis? Supplements can do you good

'There’s some wisdom in these things that have been used for thousands and thousands of years,' a doctor shares. "We wouldn’t keep using them if they didn’t work.”

Patient Story

‘I thought both my legs were broken’

After overcoming a gruesome injury, Kendra Brocker becomes a top Motocross athlete.

Selecting sneakers? Choose wisely

The right sneaker can improve performance. The wrong one can lead to serious health consequences.

‘This is so great for the kids’

A Davenport University partnership cares for student athletes on and off the field.

Knee pain, go away

Arthritis patients may get short-term results with steroids, but long-term success with a different kind of shot.

Patient Story

Hip injuries plague young athletes

As working out and single-sport athletes grow in popularity, younger people are experiencing hip injuries that once afflicted only the elderly.

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