Squash isn’t typically considered as popular as tennis, another racquet sport, but it has a dedicated following of millions of players and fans worldwide. Like tennis, it involves two (or more) players hitting a ball with their racquets; unlike tennis, however, squash is played with both players facing a wall and hitting the ball against it. Squash also has its own rules and regulations, and as a result, it’s got its own community, as well.
If you’ve wanted to get involved in playing squash, here are three ways you can join your local squash community — or just become a fan of the sport:
1. Attend a squash tournament. What better way is there to join the squash community than to see a game played right in front of you? Each year there are several
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- Thursday, 11 December 2014 22:00
- Written by Society of Physiotherapists
If you and your significant other are facing infertility, it’s natural to experience emotions of sadness, frustration, anger, shame, and even hopelessness. However, the inability to conceive is a common problem for many couples. In fact, it may be more common than you think. One in eight couples, or 12 percent of married women, have difficulty getting pregnant or maintaining a full term pregnancy.
What causes infertility? Approximately one third of instances of infertility are attributed to the female partner, one third attributed to the male partner, and the remaining third is a result of a combination of pre-existing problems with both partners or is simply unexplained. Some infertility cases can be attributed to age, as a woman’s ability to conceive begins to decline around the age of 30
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