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How to Overcome Quarantine Fatigue

How to Overcome Quarantine Fatigue

Jul 07, 2020

As Texas reaches almost four months in quarantine, people may notice they aren’t feeling as great as they did at the beginning. It may be harder to fall asleep, get up in the morning, or put a lot of effort into tasks that were once easy to complete. This is known as quarantine fatigue, a result of...

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“Dining Out” at a Distance: 4 Helpful Tips

Jul 02, 2020

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, many things about our daily lives have changed. With preventive measures encouraged by health and government officials alike, you’re probably spending most of your time at home and making more meals from scratch. But what if you want to take a break from...

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How to Celebrate the Fourth of July Without Catching COVID-19

Jul 02, 2020

Since the typical Fourth of July festivities involve crowds, celebrating Independence Day in 2020 will look a little different. You don’t have to let the pandemic put a damper on your celebration, though! Check out four of our favorite ways to party while avoiding COVID-19. Enjoy Some Fireworks...

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3 Essential Fourth of July Safety Tips

Jul 02, 2020

When you picture a perfect Fourth of July, you probably imagine a refreshing swim in a pool, a barbecue with family, and beautiful fireworks. One thing you probably don’t picture: a trip to the emergency room. Ronald Jensen, DO, an emergency physician and the Regional Director of Emergency Medicine...

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Your Step-By-Step Guide to Going to the ER During the Pandemic

Your Step-By-Step Guide to Going to the ER During the Pandemic

Jun 30, 2020

Across the nation, people are avoiding going to the emergency room, even for heart attacks, strokes, and surgical emergencies. This is leading to an increase in preventable death and lifelong disability. Here’s what you need to know about going to the ER during the COVID-19 pandemic. Is It Too...

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The Smart Health Podcast | How COVID-19 Is Changing the Healthcare Landscape

The Smart Health Podcast | Men’s Health Month

Jun 30, 2020

In honor of Men’s Health Month, Kevin Keys sat down with Dr. Syed Raza, VP of Medical Operations at St. Luke’s Health–The Woodlands Hospital. Together, they discussed common medical conditions for men, symptoms men should watch out for, and screenings they should get. Give it a listen below, share...

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The Smart Health Podcast | How COVID-19 Is Changing the Healthcare Landscape

The Smart Health Podcast | A Day in the Life of an ER Nurse

Jun 24, 2020

On this inaugural episode of our miniseries, A Day in the Life, Kevin sits down with Toni Rogers, ADN, BSN, a nurse and the emergency room supervisor at CHI St. Luke's Health–The Woodlands Hospital. Together, they discuss a day in the life of an emergency nurse, managing the stress of being on an...

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The Smart Health Podcast | How COVID-19 Is Changing the Healthcare Landscape

The Smart Health Podcast | Virtual Visits: Dr. Angela Nunnery

Jun 23, 2020

In this episode of the Smart Health Podcast, Angela Nunnery, MD, Internist and Family Medicine Specialist at Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Group in Kingwood, joins Kevin Keys. They discuss COVID-19 is affecting the use of virtual visits and how this form of healthcare could be with us in the future....

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Understanding Government Announcements About COVID-19

Understanding Government Announcements About COVID-19

Jun 18, 2020

Our local and state governments continue releasing new information about COVID-19, which can be overwhelming when you’re trying to keep track of what’s happening. On June 22, 2020, Governor Greg Abbott held a press conference and encouraged citizens to wear masks and stay at home whenever possible...

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Why Men Have a Higher Risk of Melanoma

Jun 18, 2020

Did you know that one of the most common cancers in men under the age of 50 is melanoma, the most serious form of skin cancer? In fact, according to the American Academy of Dermatology, men are more likely to develop and die from melanoma than women. So what explains this strange pattern?...