Many families head outdoors during summer, whether it’s to one of Texas’ many state parks, local parks and hiking trails, or just to the backyard. Even though you won’t always be able to see (or
Just as the weather starts to get nice and we start spending more time outdoors, those pesky North Texas allergens seem to enjoy the warmer weather as well. That’s why we spoke with Dr. Samantha Cooper to get her advice on how to prepare for allergy season before it strikes.
As many as 50 million people in the United States are affected by nasal allergies, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. North Texas is almost notorious for being an allergy hot spot,
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Though summer is winding down, there is still time for a good old-fashioned backyard barbecue. In fact, 70 percent of U.S. barbecuing households cook out on July Fourth, 62 percent on Memorial Day and 55 percent
As July 4th nears, more and more families are looking for fireworks shows held by their city or town, and some might even make the trek to a nearby fireworks stand to bring the celebration
Summer in North Texas is in full swing, along with backyard barbecues, weekends at the lake and most likely plenty of itchy mosquito bites. Unfortunately, mosquitoes have become more than just pesky pests in recent
When the thunder rolls and the lightning strikes, North Texans know the results can be unpredictable. Many are familiar with the devastating effects heavy rain, high winds, and even hail from severe thunderstorms can cause, but
Spring and summer can stir up plenty of opportunities for families to have fun and make memories that will last a lifetime, but the seasons also stir up plenty of severe weather in North Texas. Although it
With the Texas Rangers season underway, the AT&T Byron Nelson and the Dean and Deluca Invitational golf tournaments set to tee off in May, and restaurant patios filling up, a cold beer might seem like the