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Tips for Protecting Your Skin This Summer

How do you prevent sunburn, reduce skin damage and avoid skin cancer? Here are some tips for keeping you and your family safe from the sun this summer and all year round.

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Is It OK to Exercise with Allergies?

Allergies don't have to stop you from exercising outside or enjoying your favorite outdoor sport. These 9 tips will help you exercise more comfortably during allergy season.

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5 Reasons to See Your Dermatologist

Itchiness or other skin issues such as bumps or rashes are usually minor, but they could become serious. Call a Temple dermatologist if you notice any of these changes.

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How to Avoid Bites and Stings from Pesky Bugs

As temperatures rise and you enjoy the fresh air more, there's a good chance you won't be alone — many insects will be joining you! Here are ways to protect you and your family, and when to seek treatment if bitten or stung.

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Take These Steps to Prevent Food Poisoning

Did you know that each year 1 in 6 Americans (that's 48 million people) get food poisoning? Here are easy-to-follow steps to protect yourself and your family from foodborne illness.  

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These Household Items Can Cause Burn Injuries

Faulty outlets, electrical cords and appliances can cause burns. Fortunately, you can protect your family from serious injury by following these helpful tips.

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Living Kidney Donation: What You Need to Know

The average waiting time to receive a donated kidney is 3 to 5 years. But you can help a friend, family member or even someone you don’t know receive a kidney in just months. Find out more about living kidney donation and what you can do to help.

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Top 5 Reasons to Get the Flu Shot Today

Are flu shots necessary? Dr. Margot Savoy offers 5 reasons why you and your family should consider getting vaccinated to protect your health.

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Is It Flu or COVID-19?

Flu season is upon us, but with the COVID-19 pandemic, keeping yourself and your loved ones safe looks a little bit different this year. Here’s what you need to know and what you can do to prepare.

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