Whether it’s an old wives’ tale passed on from generation to generation or a viral rumor taking social media by storm, we’ve all fallen victim to common winter health myths at one point in time.
It’s no secret that North Texans love to head west to the New Mexico and Colorado mountains to hit the slopes over the winter holidays and spring break. We dream of fresh powder and look
Texas may not become a “winter wonderland” of sorts, but driving through the state during the wintertime can still be dangerous. Texas has over 80,000 miles of maintained roads and highways, which makes driving a
North Texans may not experience long, dark winters like residents in other parts of the country, but we’re still capable of experiencing what’s commonly known as the winter blues. As the days get shorter and
Every year around Christmastime, like clockwork, it happens. Instead of being flooded with holiday cheer, you’re flooded with sneezing, a runny nose and red, itchy, watery eyes. It’s almost as if you’re allergic to Christmas,
It never fails. After making your way through airport security, through the sea of fellow holiday travelers to your gate, and then to your seat on the plane that will carry you home to family,
Unlike some industries, there really isn’t a “slow season” when it comes to a number of emergency room visits a hospital will see, and as fall leads into winter here in North Texas, a new
If the weather outside is frightful, take extra precautions to help keep kids of all ages safe. When kids spend time outside in cold temperatures, it’s critical to follow these four steps to help prevent