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Juvenile Arthritis

When someone mentions arthritis, we may imagine an older person or relative rubbing their hands, arms, feet or legs, trying to find some relief from the constant swelling, redness, and pain. Unfortunately, this disease is not limited to just older adults. Nearly 300,000 children under the age of 16 suffer from juvenile arthritis (JA), also…

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June is PTSD Awareness Month

middle aged male therapist consulting female patient in office

Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is a mental health condition that develops in some people after extremely traumatic events, such as combat, crime, an accident, or natural disaster. About 8% percent of people in the U.S will experience PTSD. What are the Symptoms of PTSD? Symptoms can start within one month or several years after…

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Summer Sun Safety

Summer break is almost here, and kids everywhere are getting excited for long days outside and months without homework. Whether it is playing neighborhood baseball games, camping outdoors, dips in the community pool, or any other favorite summer adventure, kids will be spending a lot of time in the hot summer sun. While this exposure…

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All About Micro-Hospitals

Modern medicine is always changing, from new medications, to the latest in diagnostic technology. With so many articles and reports on these new breakthroughs, many people assume that such developments in medical care are only in the middle of big cities with a huge medical center, not anywhere accessible to their hometown. However, traditional hospitals…

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Toy & Gift Safety

As the holidays creep closer, some families are still looking for the best toys and gifts to stuff their little ones’ stockings. For parents with younger children, finding the right toy can be about a lot more than just Legos versus Play Mobile. When you’re shopping in the toy aisle, how do you know you’re…

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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 comes a change to something…

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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, this is…

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Kyle ER Lab Recognized For Quality Laboratory Services

Kyle ER has met all criteria for Laboratory Accreditation by COLA, a national healthcare accreditation organization. Accreditation is given only to laboratories that apply rigid standards of quality in day-to-day operations, demonstrate continued accuracy in the performance of proficiency testing, and pass a rigorous on-site laboratory survey.  Kyle ER has earned COLA accreditation as a…

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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 go over some…

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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 to be aware of…

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