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As the different COVID-19 vaccines become available to more people in North Texas, you may be eager for your turn. But if you’re pregnant or currently breastfeeding, you may feel unsure. For most people, getting
While the CDC still cautions against traveling for nonessential reasons, there are precautions you can take if your summer plans including getting away.
While the holiday break from school was probably received even warmer this year than in years past, the idea of sending your student back to school after the break may make you a little nervous,
The Coronavirus pandemic has dominated our lives since March, and it seems we can’t turn on the TV, scroll through social media or have a conversation without discussing it. While most of us know someone
With COVID-19 cases surging and likely to continue in the coming months, our Texas Health caregivers continue their battle for us and our community. These selfless heroes have made and continue to make endless sacrifices
New safety guidelines from the CDC discourage Americans from taking part in traditional trick-or-treating, which can be an extra kick in the gut for many families whose children’s usual outlets for fun and socialization have been uprooted
While navigating cold and flu season is always top-of-mind every fall and winter, the importance of staying healthy this season is more important than ever before. Thankfully, many of the steps we are taking as
As the COVID-19 virus continues to spread, it’s important for everyone to know the best way to get the care they need. Listening to information on the news may be confusing for some people, as it
Before the coronavirus pandemic, the unofficial slogan for outpatient physical therapy could’ve been, “getting you back to normal as quickly as possible!” Even in a time when we’re navigating a “new normal,” that slogan still