With the advent of spring comes the need to do things we don't normally do. We scrub walls, clean out flower beds, and wash windows in an effort to get rid of the last of winter and welcome the rebirth of spring. Even though we didn't have much of a
We get it. You have been in a bit of a slump lately. Your New Year's resolutions may have taken a back seat to National Pancake Day, but that doesn't mean you can't get back on track for a little "spring training". Whether you are training for a
Okay, so there wasn't anything to thaw this year. But just because we traded boots for sandals weeks ago doesn't mean you can't give winter the send off it deserves with the cold temperatures of cryotherapy.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than 11% of all children will be diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). One of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders, ADHD is characterized by inattentiveness,
Tony DeRamus TedX from Lone Star College - Tomball
For regular gym-goers, the first two weeks of January are miserable. Everyone who has resolved to "get in shape this year" floods the gym, using elliptical machines and treadmills with reckless abandon. Two weeks later, the crowd thins and by this
You may know the feeling. Christmas is over, the decorations are down, the excitement has dimmed and what you are left with is... winter. For some people, the season of cold temperatures is a welcome respite from the sun and heat of summer. For
There is nothing more miserable than having a child with an ear infection. Not only are they painful for your child, their standard treatment protocol involves taking one or more courses of antibiotics, leaving your child with unpleasant side