NEWS AND EVENTS
This issue of the newsletter highlights the importance of mammograms for early detection, what it means to be at high risk, information about the Texas C-STEP program and more.
In this issue of Freestone Medical Center and Clinic’s newsletter, you’ll find creative ways to stay hydrated in the summer sun, tasty and easy healthy …
Ensuring you stay hydrated in the warm summer months is crucial. If you’re someone that doesn’t enjoy a plain glass of water, consider the following alternate ways to stay hydrated in the summer heat:
If you’ve spent any time around kids, you’ll be familiar with the all too common “ I’m borrrrred” complaint. Believe it or not, boredom can actually help them develop skills, creativity, and self-esteem. Instead of fearing boredom, help them embrace it and work through it.
Everyone knows getting too much sun can lead to painful burns. Sometimes those painful burns lead to sun poisoning. Here’s everything you need to know when it comes to recognizing sun poisoning, how to treat it, and how to prevent it.
May is both National Arthritis and National Stroke Awareness Month. While the two may not seem to be related, they do share some similarities: anyone can be affected, the occurrence of both conditions increases with age, and the actions you can take to help one condition can help or prevent the other.