Spring Forward: It’s Time to Reset Your Kid’s Inner Clock

Mohandas Gandhi once said, “Man should forget his anger before he lies down to sleep.”  But for many parents, frustration and even anger can quickly set in around bedtime with the start of daylight saving time. The amount of sleep lost from moving the clock forward just one hour can quickly turn to two and [Continue Reading]

Ready To Rodeo? Six Tips for Staying Healthy & Safe During Rodeo Season

Just a few weeks after Houston welcomed millions of visitors for Super Bowl LI, the city is gearing up for another round of festivities as the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™ kicks off this week at NRG Park. Nearly 2.5 million people attended events throughout the 20-day rodeo season last year, and 2017 is expected [Continue Reading]

Are Your Kids Safe from Fido’s Pills?

Pet pills that help keep your furry friends healthy may not be as harmless as you think when it comes to other members of your family. A new study found that medications intended for dogs and cats are now posing risks to children, with one poison control center in central Ohio logging hundreds of calls [Continue Reading]

Facing Sudden Cardiac Death and Living to Tell About It

Tragedy was on the Stone family’s doorstep, but luckily, it never got the chance to come inside. “I could’ve died, there’s no doubt in my mind. Thankfully, that’s not the case,” said James Stone, a 52-year-old father of three. One day last November, Stone started feeling sick and began vomiting, but he chalked it up [Continue Reading]

Back in the saddle: A young concussion victim rides to recovery

One year ago, 13-year-old Reese Silberman was competing in an equestrian competition. Despite suffering from a sinus infection, Reese was eager to compete. While warming up with a horse that was unfamiliar to her, Reese made a slight miscalculation that caused the horse to land in the middle of a jump and flip over itself, [Continue Reading]