Staying Safe During Texas’s Flu Season

We’ve all seen it on the local and national news. This year’s flu season is hitting hard, with reports of children, mothers, and the elderly dying from the flu, it can be scary to think about you and your family getting sick this winter. Many hospitals around the country, and Texas in specific, ...
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How to Avoid Holiday Drunk Driving

There are few better ways to ring in the new year than with a bottle of champagne and good company. But as one glass of champagne turns into celebratory shots, the risks of fatal accidents this New Year’s Eve go up. During a time of year when drunk driving climbs, it is important to be […]...
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The Physical Toll of Anxiety

The Physical Toll of Anxiety

From mild to severe, anxiety is something experienced by most people at some point in their lives. Sometimes people experience acute moments of anxiety because of stressful situations, other people may feel a chronic, low-level of anxiety often, and still others may experience full-blown anxiety att...
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6 Tips For Cobatting Germs With Your Child

6 Tips For Combating Germs With Your Child

A cough, a sniffle, a sneeze. You’d be surprised by how easily germs are spread from person to person, but don’t worry just yet. Most of these germs are harmless and actually strengthen our immune response through constant exposure. By the time we’re fully grown adults, our immune systems are ...
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