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Just in time for #friday #happyhour: tips on #healthyeating when having #texmex: http://bit.ly/2afcv62
North Texans love their Tex-Mex, but we know it's not always the healthiest option. We'll show you how you can eat healthy and have your Tex-Mex, too.
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The one baby gear bargain you should pass up (hint: #carseats): http://bit.ly/2as3Nog
Ask any parent and they’ll tell you baby gear is expensive. That's why many parents begin looking for gently used baby gear at yard sales, but not so fast.
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Curious which #summerinjuries #ER docs see most? http://bit.ly/2ac993U
A few injuries emergency physicians see often during the summer months and some ways to keep them from turning your fun in the sun into a trip to the ER.
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Did you know you can schedule a free #carseatsafety check at many of our locations? Getting the little ones buckled in correctly is so important and can make a real difference in injury severity in the instance of an accident. Click here to make an appointment! http://bit.ly/1TITCsb
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Do you need to schedule a #mammogram? How often you undergo screenings for breast cancer can vary based on your family history, so discuss with your physician what’s right for you. The American Cancer Society recommends: monthly breast self-exams for women in their 20s, clinical breast exams every three years for women in their 20s and 30s and annually for women in their 40s, mammograms beginning at age 40 and continuing annually. Learn more about how to check your breasts and what warning signs to look for by visiting: http://bit.ly/1RVzW06
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Learn about the most common #summer injuries and tips from #emergencyphysicians on how to prevent them: http://bit.ly/29Rohqj
A few injuries emergency physicians see often during the summer months and some ways to keep them from turning your fun in the sun into a trip to the ER.
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Want to know how many #calories burned at your favorite #vacation destinations? #Healthyeating options? Read on: http://bit.ly/2a6R7An
We’ve broken down how many steps you take and calories you can burn walking at some of the most popular U.S. and North Texas travel destinations.
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A #dermatologist on our medical staff gives tips for #healthyskin despite the #summer sun: http://bit.ly/28T3zpq #sunscreen #sunsafety
Many people pack sunscreen when they’re heading to the pool or beach, but learn how sunscreen’s protection reaches far beyond the pool chair.
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Headed out for a #summervacation? Read on for some #healthy tips! http://bit.ly/2a6R7An
We’ve broken down how many steps you take and calories you can burn walking at some of the most popular U.S. and North Texas travel destinations.
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Read about Texas Health Nurse Don Villaflor's personal experience with recovery from a #heartattack: http://bit.ly/29RV0Jm
July 14, 2015, was a seemingly ordinary day for Donato “Don” Villaflor, B.S.N., PCCN. After working the night shift in the Cardiac Telemetry unit at Texas Health Dallas, Don hit the gym for an hour, as was his routine. Having hereditary high cholesterol, Don, 41, knew the importance of a healthy life style, including diet and
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Did you know #scoliosis is the most common spinal deformation in the US? Click here for more information on our scoliosis services: http://bit.ly/1TS3fTB
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Do you need to schedule a mammogram? How often you undergo screenings for breast cancer can vary based on your family history, so discuss with your physician what’s right for you. The American Cancer Society recommends: monthly breast self-exams for women in their 20s, clinical breast exams every three years for women in their 20s and 30s and annually for women in their 40s, mammograms beginning at age 40 and continuing annually. Learn more about how to check your breasts and what warning signs to look for by visiting: http://bit.ly/1RVzW06
Approximately 232,000 people were diagnosed with breast cancer in 2013, according to the American Cancer Society. Women should begin performing breast self-exams (BSEs) in their 20s and speak with their health care provider about any changes in shape, tissue or appearance. “No concern should be considered too small or difficult to discuss,” says Lesley Kibel,
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Texas Health Resources has 24 acute-care and short-stay hospitals that are owned, operated, joint-ventured or affiliated with the system. It has more than 3,800 licensed beds, employs more than 21,500 people, and counts more than 5,500 physicians with active staff privileges at its hospitals.