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Why childhood vaccination matters: A parent’s guide to kids and the COVID-19 vaccine

If you’re a parent like me, you likely have the COVID-19 vaccine on your mind. With approval of the vaccines expected to come soon for children ages 12-15, many parents have questions as they anxiously anticipate getting their kids vaccinated. I can’t wait for my daughter to turn 12 years old in July, as I’m …

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4 free self-care ideas to help you reset without breaking the bank

The need for self-care is at an all-time high, but self-care is always important. Taking care of ourselves with kindness and gratitude is a crucial part of our well-being. In a society that exalts work above rest, it can be difficult to recognize the need to take a step back and prioritize your own needs. …

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How telehealth is helping veteran families connect and cope with stress

Amidst the shutdowns and other safety precautions taken to slow the spread of COVID-19, families have experienced new stressors — and telehealth has experienced an unprecedented boom. Even prior to COVID-19, Baylor Scott & White’s Warriors Research Institute (WRI) was harnessing the power of telehealth to help address mental health concerns across the state of …

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Taking stock of bone broth: Is it really worth the hype?

Have you been intrigued by the growing collection of bone broth recipes out there? Bone broth is trending, but don’t let its recent popularity fool you. Bone broth has been around for ages and has been used in Chinese medicine for over 2,000 years. So, what exactly is bone broth and what are the benefits?  …

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5 ways virtual care can make your life easier

Physically getting to the doctor when you’re sick or injured isn’t always easy. And sometimes, all you need is a quick consult, check-up or prescription refill. The good news is, virtual care makes it easy to get the same expert care you’d receive in-person at a doctor’s office — right from the comfort of home. …

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Back and leg pain that just won’t quit? It could be spondylolisthesis

Unfortunately for many of us, low back pain is extremely common. Thankfully, this back pain is often caused by muscle problems and usually gets better with time and physical rehabilitation.  However, some forms of back pain are caused by structural problems in the bone, discs, nerves and joints of the spine. Examples of these causes are disc herniations, …

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Sustainable living: 3 simple but meaningful changes to make today

When was the last time you truly stopped to think about where your food comes from? How about where your trash goes? Have you ever thought about the process that makes your light turn on when you flip the switch? All of these things impact our Earth, our health and the health of our future …

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