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Summer is the perfect time to explore new destinations and experience different cultures, but it's important to take precautions to avoid getting sick while traveling, especially when traveling out of the country. In this blog post, we will explore ways to avoid getting ill or sick while traveling and why it's important, especially for those living in border communities, such as Laredo and the Rio Grande Valley.
Summer is a wonderful time for kids to be outside, playing and having fun. However, with increased outdoor activity comes an increased risk of injuries. In this blog post, we will explore some of the most common summertime injuries for children and how to avoid them.
Getting outside does more than expose us to the sights, sounds, smells and textures of mother nature. It’s more than walks in the park or quick games of flag football. More than wind in your hair and sun on your skin. Outdoor time has actually been shown to boost mental health – and even overall health.
As our kids head back to school, they’re also heading back to busy schedules, learning opportunities, and fun get-togethers. But they’re also heading back to the risk for pain. This is because heavy backpacks, especially when worn improperly, can cause back, neck, and shoulders injuries.
As the temperatures rise, so does our risk for summertime emergencies. From cook-outs and fireworks to simply staying out in the sun too long, the opportunities to become even seriously injured are all too common throughout the season. Fortunately, it takes just a little bit of planning and awareness to protect yourself from summertime risks. Here are our top summer safety tips.