definitely, its not something you want to play around with.
When dealing with a bladder infection, you should consult the doctor before participating in sports. If the infection is minor, the doctor may allow you to play.
pretty much if it's raining outside then they are still going to play. even if it is snowing they will still play. just depends on what sports
Yes you can stay in school for a degree and still play sports. Several of people do it all the time in college.
They cannot play football, for one, as well as many other sports. They can, however, still play other sports, such as swimming, soccer and tennis.
They still have foot races.
A lot of the Renassance Festival was sports. Most of the sports they played then we still play now.
I have one and I have to say, It would be pretty hard to play sports. You still *might* be able to, but I wouldn't try it.
It depends on the fight, how violent it is..
He used to play hockey - he still plays that and basketball.
i dont know why you asking me??
No if they are curretly in the Olympics
about as many of them are still virgins?
it should be but you should really ask your doctor first
It is not recommended that someone with stitches play any type of sports. It is best to ask the doctor who gave the stitches what activities can be done while they are still in.
"I play sports"
Sorta. I mean, if you are older but you are really healthy, you can still play, right?
yes he only plays it on his spare time
Eligibility to play high school sports is not based on individual grades, but rather than your GPA. You can fail a class and still play high schools sports, only if your GPA is about a 2.0. Anything lower than a 2.0 and you become ineligible to play a high school sport.
Play Sports is the correct term and grammar.
of course! You still are getting the exercise so you are!