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
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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
Tips for Staying Healthy Through the School Year
You’re ready for them to go back to school. And you’re getting them ready to start the school year. Marking off the list of “must haves”: pencils, markers, note books, school books, backpack, and new clothes – for getting started. And one last family vacation weekend fling together before everyone is in a new grade. Read More
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‘Tis the Season for the Sniffles
You’ve heard it called “the sniffles,” and you’ve most likely had “the sniffles.” It’s most common during the fall months, winter and early spring, and it’s the most common illness resulting in doctor visits and days of missed work and school. But “the sniffles” is an alias. This ailment is most likely a form of Read More
Food Allergies – When Moments Count
Are you among the 15 million Americans with food allergies, or parents of the nearly 6 million children who have food allergies? Then you understand the potentially life-threatening medical situation of a food allergy emergency. Managing food allergies to stay healthy includes protecting your children at school and being alert when you take your family Read More