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The scoop on why student athletes need a yearly physical

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It’s time for $35 SPORTS, CAMP & SCHOOL physicals America’s ER – Magnolia & Woodlands! Our Dr. Terry Letsinger shares an insight as to why getting a yearly physical is so important. “The beneficial traits gained from being a student athlete include teamwork, perseverance, responsibility, physical endurance, commitment, time management, and personal and emotional health. […]

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Swimming Safety Tips

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When school is out and the temperatures rise, it’s time to hit the water. Nobody wants a fun time at the beach or pool to head south. Swimming safety takes a bit of effort, but it’s worth it for summertime fun. Here are tips from the American Red Cross for swimming safety. Buddies are Best […]

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Boosting Veteran’s Health through Kayaking and Fishing

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“I don’t want people to look at that one thing that happened to me and judge who I am by that,” Bryan Anderson said in an interview with Heroes on the Water. Bryan Anderson’s appearance is striking. His energy dominates any situation he’s in with a bright smile and an intense yet warm gaze. But, […]

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PTSD: Symptoms and Truths

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PTSD is widely misunderstood. In honor of military appreciation month, we’re debunking damaging myths about this mental health issue. What is PTSD? There are a lot of myths and misconceptions surrounding the condition. According to The American Psychiatric Association, posttraumatic stress disorder “is a psychiatric disorder that can occur in people who have experienced or […]

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First Aid Kit Tips

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A well-stocked first-aid kit is handy for everyday accidents. Here’s what you need to keep in your first aid kit and where you should keep it. What to keep in your kit According to the American Red Cross, here is what a first aid kit for a family of four should contain: 2 absorbent compress […]

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Common Spring Accidents

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Spring; time for deep cleaning, yard work and, whoops, accidents. Here’s what to do if you are involved in any of these common spring accidents. Rusty Cuts Nick yourself on rusty garden shears or old fencing? You actually need to be more worried about the cut than the rust. You don’t need to worry about […]

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Funny Things Kids Say

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When it comes to health and how our bodies work, even adults get things wrong. It’s no wonder that kids can get a little confused. Here are some of the funniest things kids have said and asked about health. Routine Checkup? “My little sister was at the doctor’s office for her annual check up–she had […]

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Common Reasons Kids Go to ER and How to Prevent Them

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Kids abound with energy, sometimes though, kids’ curiosity gets them in a sticky situation. There are a few common reasons for kids’ ER visits. Here are some of a common accidents we see and tips for how to prevent them as well as what to do if an accident does happen. Swallowing Foreign Objects That […]

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Cold vs. Allergies – What’s the difference?

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It’s pollen season! With all that green dust going up the nose, it can be hard to tell the difference between the common cold and hay fever. Check out these tips on how to tell the difference between the two and remember America’s ER – Magnolia & Woodlands is here 24/7/365 for all those sniffles. […]

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Tips and Tricks for Sustained Energy Throughout the Day

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We could all use a little more energy. Feeling sluggish, blah and fatigued puts a strain on the day. We all want shortcuts to feeling more energized, but sustained energy comes from some life practices. Luckily, even small changes in the right direction can improve your energy levels. Here are some of the most important […]

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