Staying Hydrated in Warmer Weather

The temperatures are rising and the days are getting longer – both great reasons to get outside and move! Exercise is a great way to stay healthy and have fun, and proper hydration lets you enjoy your activity effectively – and safely. Our bodies are comprised of...

Beat Spring Allergies

Spring weather arrived early for many parts of the nation, including the Dallas/Fort Worth region. For some people, the arrival of spring brings symptoms of seasonal allergies — sneezing, wheezing, watery eyes and a running nose. However, you can take steps to get...

Hangover Therapy

Suffering from fatigue, headache, nausea, shakiness, sensitivity to light or sound, thirst, and/or difficulty concentrating after a night of overindulgence? You may be suffering from a hangover. Hangovers can be a minor irritation or a major inconvenience. Hangovers...

Overexertion

Overexertion is defined as straining or putting too much pressure on oneself. Competitive athletes push their bodies to the limit, consuming large amounts of vital nutrients as a normal part of metabolism during and after training and events. Overexertion can manifest...

It’s Flu Season

Love isn’t the only thing in the air this month. Flu season has spiked across North Texas. The Centers for Disease Control recently listed Texas as a high activity state, meaning the risk of exposure for influenza is higher for Texans. The flu can be spread in the air...

Urgent Care vs ER

When an unexpected health issue arises, your first thought may be to head to the nearest emergency room (ER). But when those illnesses and injuries aren’t true emergencies, visiting an urgent care center may be your best option for care and can save you both time and...