Many parents and caregivers are aware of the dangers of secondhand smoke and try to avoid smoking in close quarters with children. They might light up only when the kids are in the other room
Whether it be injury, stroke, arthritis or even just too many bad habits and too much time at the keyboard, hand and arm pain doesn’t have to be something you just live with—and the 331
Hiking and walking are a great form of exercise—whether you’re just embarking on improving your exercise routine or want to mix in something new. Hiking can burn 400-700 calories per hour and is easier on
To show honor and gratitude to those who have served in the Armed Forces, several Texas Health hospitals have established a new program that pays respect to veterans who spend their last days of life
Truth be told, about 25 million Americans are affected by urinary incontinence (UI) but it’s rarely a topic of dinner conversations. While it won’t kill you, a leak here or there when you exercise, cough
Between tornadoes, flooding and severe storms, there are a number of significant weather events North Texans prepare for every year, but many neglect to prepare for the deadliest weather event in the nation: heat. That’s
June 1–7 is National CPR & AED Awareness Week, a week designed to bring awareness to how easy hands-only CPR can be and how monumental learning CPR or how to use an AED can be
There’s another dent in Dad’s bumper. A pot was ruined after Mom forgot she was boiling water on the stove. Grandma frequently forgets to take her medications. Grandpa is having trouble taking care of himself.
School’s out for summer and kids all over North Texas will be in and around swimming pools for the next three months. While hanging out poolside is a great way to cool off and beat
Gardening is Mary Lassiter’s stress reliever, and the rewards are many, the Dallas gardener says. “I started gardening last year because life in Dallas was beginning to stress me out,” she says. “When I put
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