In the spring and summer, severe weather in Texas can create situations that can threaten your family’s health and safety. At times, thunderstorms and tornadoes seem to strike without warning. Besides staying informed by listening to your local news channel, there are several other precautions you can take to make sure your family is safe and prepared for unexpected weather. We’ve compiled some helpful tips to keep your family ready for when thunderstorms or tornadoes are in the forecast. Read more
Whether it’s a leisurely jog or a quick race, running can be great exercise.
The American Heart Association recommends at least 150 minutes of moderate exercise a week. That’s less than thirty minutes per day, five times per week! Moderate exercise can improve blood circulation, prevent bone loss, and help manage stress.
Running doesn’t require a lot of specialized equipment – just some really good shoes. Want to hit the pavement? Here are some tips to help you start running in a healthy way. Read more
When you’re visiting your doctor, it’s important to use every minute of your appointment.
In order to receive the best healthcare possible, you should strive to be an active part of your healthcare team.
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality says, “Patients who ask questions and take an active role are happier with their care and see more improvement in their health than patients who do not.”
Here are some helpful tips to make sure you get the most out of your next visit to the doctor. Read more