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Is your teen driving this year? According to a new study, older teens are more likely to do risky things while driving and have a higher rate of crashes and near misses than their younger classmates. Click to learn more: http://bit.ly/2vMCiez
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We hope everyone has a safe and relaxing Labor Day! If your Labor Day celebrations don’t end up being as relaxing as you’d hoped, know that we are here to get you in and out and feeling better fast!
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Whether you are celebrating Labor Day at the beach or in your own backyard, keep these safety tips in mind to prevent accidents and injuries! http://bit.ly/2bGAwqx
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Disasters don’t #planahead, but you can! Click to learn what you can do to prepare your family for an emergency: http://bit.ly/2glENih
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A trampoline may have your kids jumping for joy, but the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons reminds parents of potential dangers. http://bit.ly/2wegF8t
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Even though today is National Tell a Joke Day, proper handwashing is no laughing matter! According to one study, 95% of people do not wash their hands correctly – are you one of them? Read on to find out! http://bit.ly/2gaZQBU
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Even if it seems like summer is winding down, that’s not the case for the temperatures here! According to Weather.com, August 11-15 is the hottest week of the year in Texas. Click to review these heat safety tips and learn what you can do to prevent heat stroke and heat illness: http://bit.ly/2qqSO0V
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If you like grapefruit juice, be aware that it can affect the way some medications work! Click to see if any medications you take could potentially cause a reaction: http://bit.ly/2ur8L9J
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While a blow to the head may not seem serious immediately, concussion symptoms can develop upon impact or up to 48 hours after the incident. Know what warning signs to watch out for! http://bit.ly/2huvobX
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