With Halloween coming up around the corner and everyone stocking their shopping baskets with candy for little trick-or-treaters, it’s easy to forget that something far scarier than Halloween is upon us… germ season. Every corner pharmacy is advertising “Get your flu shot here!” Grocers are stocking their shelves with tissues and chicken noodle soup. Shoppers […]
We all know that you should wash your hands after using the bathroom or blowing your nose and before handing food. But do most people incorporate this simple practice into everyday habit? Most parents spend countless hours throughout their children’s early years teaching proper hygiene, but somewhere between adolescence and adulthood, some of those habits […]
Saturday, September 22 marked the autumnal equinox–otherwise known as the first day of fall. Given that the temperatures never dropped below 70 degrees on that day, most of us probably didn’t mark the occasion with any significance. But as evening temps begin to dip into the 60s (and even 50s), I think it’s safe to […]
The month of September was a wet one. With more wet days than dry, it’s safe to say that we’re all ready to hang up our rain ponchos for a while. The average September rainfall in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex is just under three inches… this last month saw a deluge of almost thirteen […]
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