Relearning To Speak in a Pandemic

By: Jade Waddy Daran Landry was determined to work hard during his therapy sessions at TIRR Memorial Hermann Outpatient Rehabilitation – Greater Heights  and then in an instant the world came to a stop due to the rapid spread of COVID-19 and Landry thought he might have to postpone his treatments. “Initially pausing therapy sessions [Continue Reading]

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Tips and tricks for getting your child or teen to sport their face covering with pride

By Alexandra Becker More than likely, you don’t love wearing your mask. Even more probable? Your kids hate it. But the science is indisputable: face masks save lives. Not only do proper face coverings greatly reduce your risk of exposure to COVID-19, but they also protect those around you, and they are the single most [Continue Reading]

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Everything You Want to Know About Vaccines

By: George Kovacik Vaccines have been a hot-button issue for some time now. Many people believe they are the best defense against contracting a disease, while others hold onto the faulty, discredited claims that vaccines can cause certain conditions like autism in children and they hurt rather than help. We asked Dr. Jamie McCarthy, Chief [Continue Reading]

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Esbedy’s Journey: Battling COVID-19 while pregnant

by: Jade Waddy Esbedy Reyes’ journey to become a mom for the third time was one she looked forward to. When the COVID-19 pandemic began, she practiced caution in order to protect herself and her unborn daughter. “I knew I was considered high-risk so I was very careful about where I was going and who [Continue Reading]

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Here are some ways to celebrate Halloween

By: Natasha Barrett Halloween is on a Saturday this year. Your children are off from school and more than likely have already been talking about what costume they want to wear for trick-or-treating, what friends they want to go with and what family can come over. While their excitement is building for a fun night, [Continue Reading]

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