Justin Tuck’s health suddenly an issue again for NY Giants ahead of preseason opener vs. Steelers

His coaches said he looked more healthy and vigorous than he had in years, and the 2013 outlook looked promising. RELATED: VACCHIANO: GIANTS BETTER HOPE TUCK HAS SOMETHING LEFT Really nobody saw this coming, Coughlin said. All of a sudden, his back was stiff and tight. Hes doing what he can now to get that thing back to where it should be so he can get back to work. Still, its concerning. The Giants and Tuck downplayed this latest issue, but it is an issue with his back. The younger, stronger, healthier Jason Pierre-Paul tried to play through a back issue last season; now, nobody knows if Pierre-Paul will be ready for the season opener in Dallas after he had back surgery in June. That, of course, makes Tucks presence that much more critical.
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Health Screenings You Need If You’re 50+

Checkup & Vaccinations How often do you need to get one: Once a year. What you should know: An annual checkup is a must. It is often the key to preventing illness or early detection of health concernsit also gives you the chance to talk to your doctor about your weight, lifestyle changes, and what to expect over the next five years. Read 7 Ways to Get the Most From Your Doctor to find out what you should be asking at your checkup.
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