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4 Tips to Avoid School-Year Illnesses

November 14, 2018 | Primary Care, Wellness

4 Tips to Avoid School-Year IllnessesIt’s that time of year when school is in full swing, and it’s no secret that germs abound in the classroom setting. However, being proactive when it comes to your child’s health can greatly increase your student’s chances staying well. These four tips will help any age student – from kindergarten to high school – avoid some of those school-year illnesses.

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Common Colds and Children: What Works, What Doesn’t, and When to Call the Doctor

October 30, 2018 | Primary Care, Wellness

Common Colds and Children: What Works, What Doesn’t, and When to Call the DoctorWhen the common cold hits your family, it can really keep you down for the count! Colds can be especially hard on children. No parent wants to see a child battling coughs, congestion, watery eyes, and fevers. While you may not be able to take away a cold, you can do things to alleviate the symptoms and reduce the cold’s severity.

For conquering your child’s cold, check out our tips for what works and what doesn’t, and how to know it’s time to call the doctor.

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5 Tips for Safe Summer Workouts

July 25, 2018 | Sports Medicine, Wellness

Athletes posing for summer workout in park

When you practice a healthy lifestyle and exercising is part of your daily habits, chances are you look forward to moving those workouts outdoors as soon as the weather warms up.

Outdoor summer workouts are not only energizing and fun, but they also offer a new twist on an otherwise standard routine.

North Carolina routinely sees summer temperatures well into the 90s, and the higher the temperature, the more likely a heat-related illness or even sports injury may occur. Before you run outdoors, check out these five simple tips for safe summer workouts!

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