Concussion: It’s a girl thing, too

Concussion awareness is at an all-time high and that’s a good thing. The subject has been brought to the forefront of the sports world by the NFL and college football playoffs, as well as by the recently released major motion picture “Concussion” starring Will Smith. However, a major demographic isn’t represented by those headline grabbers: [Continue Reading]

Ten Tips for Running in Cold Weather

Don’t let the chilly weather stop you from running outside. Follow these ten easy tips on how to acclimate to changing temperatures provided by Alyson Ruggiero, M.S., Exercise Physiologist and Sport Biomechanist, and Kimberly Gandler, M.S., Biomechanist, with Memorial Hermann IRONMAN Sports Medicine Institute. Hydration and electrolyte replacement are still important when it’s cold; consume [Continue Reading]

Need medical care but not sure where to go?

  It’s 10:30 p.m. on a Saturday night and your child is running a fever and not feeling well.  What should you do? You can head to the nearest emergency room, you can wait until Monday morning and schedule an appointment with your pediatrician, or you can call the free 24/7 Nurse Health Line. Anyone [Continue Reading]

Identical Female Triplets Are One of a Kind

They say that good things come in threes. For the past month, the Harris family of League City, Texas, has been buying everything in threes. Three cribs, three car seats, three swings and three times the number of diapers most parents need. Their all-girl identical Harris triplets, Addison, Kinsley and Savannah Harris, arrived on December [Continue Reading]