Winter Skin Care Tips

When the temperature starts to dip and holiday decorations start showing up in stores, visions of gingerbread houses, time with loved ones, and family traditions are on everyone’s mind. Long, humid days are a thing of the past and are replaced by drier, cooler nights. With this change of climate c...
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Do I Need Physical Therapy?

After a severe injury of illness which has left a patient on bedrest or in a cast, recovery can sometimes feel never-ending. When the symptoms subside and the cast is removed, it might still be difficult to move around and patients might wonder how they will return to their everyday lives. For many,...
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Food Health & Safety

Breakfast, lunch and dinner are the main events in most people’s day. Food is a major component of every day life.  Even if you spend the time and money to chose the best food, the way they are prepared is very important.  In honor of National Food Health & Safety Month, Kyle ER wants to ...
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Football Safety and TBIs

As autumn creeps into Texas, families everywhere are getting ready for a new season of student-football. From local kids’ leagues to big high school games, one of Texas’s favorite sports is just as much a part of the fall season as pumpkin spice lattes. As families get ready, though, they need t...
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Bike Safety for Kids

Summer is here, and children all around the neighborhood are looking to get out and enjoy the sun. Many kids will be riding their bikes over to friends’ houses or even trying to race around the cul-de-sac, but as your little ones show off their wheeled skills, you need to make sure they’re stayi...
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How to Pick Summer Sunscreen

As summer approaches, every family is planning out new adventures. Family vacations, hiking trails, water parks, or even just weekly trips to the neighborhood pool are just some of the exciting activities on the schedule for this summer. Throughout all of it, health is always our top concern at Kyle...
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How to Manage Spring Allergies

It’s that time of year, when winter fades away and the weather is perfect for a walk around the park. But when your family is celebrating spring with that beautiful weekend picnic, you feel it. That itchy tingle in your nose, that watery sting in your eyes—it’s allergies! With pollen counts on...
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