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Scott Fontana

Everyday Health

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Past articles by Scott:

The Best and Worst Shoes for Back Pain

What kinds of shoes might be contributing to your back pain? And what kinds of shoes might help? Here’s what two podiatrists have to say. → Read More

FIFA 21 Review: Satisfactory Soccer Sim

Small tweaks and additions across the board make FIFA 21 a satisfactory entry in the soccer sim series. Is that enough? → Read More

Madden NFL 21 Review: What Happen to This Football Titan?

The mighty football franchise’s latest iteration lacks polish, with additions that are better in concept than execution. → Read More

Actor Steve Way Wants to Open Doors for More Disabled Stories

Steve Way, who appears regularly in the Hulu comedy series "Ramy," advocates for universal healthcare, disability rights, and more film roles for disabled actors. → Read More

MLB The Show to Launch League With Players from All 30 Teams

The first-of-its-kind Players League in MLB The Show is set to feature MLB stars. → Read More

Celeb chefs join Queens favorites on U.S. Open menus

When it comes to culinary choices, the U.S. Open strives to ace it. And maintaining the level of food quality that tennis fans expect at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Me → Read More

Get Joey Chestnut-ready with 'The Good, The Bad, The Hungry'

Ask most casual viewers of the annual Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest in Coney Island to name the top competitive eaters over the years, and the first two most likely names surely are Joey Chestnut an → Read More

Spider-Man rides the subway in new realistic video game

Developers talk to amNewYork about recreating NYC in the PlayStation 4 exclusive game "Marvel's Spider-Man." → Read More

U.S. Open: 4 men who could beat the big 3

Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic rule men’s tennis, but four others have won at Flushing Meadows since 2009. → Read More

Calling all gamers: Play NYC convention returns this weekend

The weekend-long midtown event offers playable experiences from a host of developers. → Read More

Mario's newest gaming adventure looks strikingly like NYC

New Donk City bears a striking resemblance to New York City thanks to taxis, skyscrapers and more. → Read More

3 reasons to keep up with the Nets in 2017-18

Even as the Brooklyn Nets hit rock bottom last season, it’s wasn’t all bad.Yes, they finished with the worst record in the NBA (20-62). No, they didn’t even get to use the No. 1 draft slot the lottery → Read More

Yankees preview: On paper, the greatest bullpen in history

The combination of Dellin Betances and Andrew Miller was spectacular a year ago. → Read More

MLB 2016 preview: Projecting how all 30 teams will fare

The Mets will kick off the 2016 season against the Royals. → Read More

NEC basketball tournament features 3 New York City schools

Here’s a look at all three NEC city schools and how they fared this season. → Read More

Fontana: Anderson Silva should move to light heavyweight

More likely than not, Silva will continue to compete at middleweight. → Read More

How Giants can upgrade their offensive line this offseason

Here are a few options the Giants may have a shot at bringing aboard. → Read More

Everything you need to know going into Super Bowl Sunday

Here's a cheat sheet to the biggest football game of the year. → Read More

Roger Clemens should be on unofficial Hall of Fame ballot

My opinion doesn't count in Cooperstown. But here goes anyway. → Read More

Fontana: Tom Coughlin’s Super legacy as Giants’ head coach

Two Super Bowl victories is all one needs to remember about Tom Coughlin's stint as head coach. → Read More