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Back to School Physical Examination

As the summer comes to a close, it is time for children to visit the doctor. While no kid relishes the thought of a physical exam, it is important to get a recent assessment on your child’s overall health. Depending on your school district, the annual exam may be required before your children begin attending Read More

Sports medical myths: Understanding fact from fiction

With the arrival of the fall sports season come concerns about injuries, training and conditioning. And with these concerns comes confusion. “Unfortunately, there are many medical myths circulating that make it difficult to know fact from fiction,” said Dr. Ty Babcock of Physicians Urgent Care, which has clinics in Williamson county. “This can put the Read More

How to Beat the Summer Heat While Living With Respiratory Issues

Summer can be the best time of the year – it usually means time off work, warm weather and fun vacations! But it can also be a dangerous time if you have to deal with respiratory issues. Problems like asthma, COPD or other breathing ailments can be exacerbated by the summer heat and humidity. Here Read More

Spider Bites

Spiders are beneficial creatures — they help keep the insect population down. While they try to stay out of the way of humans, sometimes you can’t avoid crossing paths. The spider may defend itself by biting you if it feels threatened by your presence. In most cases, a spider bite isn’t anything to worry about, Read More

Spring Break Safety Tips for Kids

Spring break is a great time to take a vacation, as it’s before all the popular destinations fill up for the summer. Whether you’re going camping, heading to the beach or staying home for a week, use these safety tips to keep your kids safe. Use Plenty of Sunscreen The temperatures might be nice, but Read More

8 Poison Prevention Tips

Children under the age of six account for almost half of all instances of poisoning in the United States each year, with infants and toddlers between age one and two at the highest risk. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over 90 percent of poisonings occur in the home. Accidents may Read More

First Aid: What to Do If You Have an Allergic Reaction

  Allergies are common, as 30 percent of adults and 40 percent of children in the U.S. have allergies. Knowing how to avoid your allergens is important, and recognizing an allergic reaction can save your life. Let’s look at some common allergens, some symptoms and what to do if you have a serious reaction. Common Read More

10 Ways to Prevent Kitchen Burn Injuries While at Home

Did you know that fires and burns are the 3rd leading cause of accidental home injury deaths? Your home is supposed to be your sanctuary, a safe place, but it can also be a place in which many injuries can occur if you fail to take the proper precautions. One the most common injuries that Read More

6 Ways to Stay Healthy During the Holidays

Being sick during the holidays is tough, especially when you have lots of shopping, wrapping and party planning to do. Yet this happens to be the time of year when many people get sick. And to make it worse, you’re often in close quarters with more people than usual, making it easier than ever for Read More