Community Health Experts

Blasting car heater with closed windows poses high risk for Covid-19 spread, study finds

Cruising in a car with people you don’t live with offers an easy opportunity for the coronavirus to latch onto you if someone is sick,

Community Tips

How to Have a Fun, Socially Distanced and Isolated Christmas

Well, we made it to December. What a year! Ups and downs, good and bad. It’s nearly the end of 2020. After a more casual

Community Tips

Pandemic holidays: Planning for difficult conversations and emotions

Since we are still smack-dab in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s hard to know what this holiday season will look like. Even if

Community Tips

What it’s like to bring a baby into a pandemic world

As I sit here dictating my story, I have 3-week-old baby Skyler comfortably sleeping on my chest. If you had asked me this time last

Community News

Covid-19 Cases Back on the Rise Among Local Children

COVID-19 cases are increasing at Cook Children’s Medical Center and across North Texas. As of Oct. 12, the number of patients who have tested positive

Community Tips

Gameday do’s and don’ts during covid-19

It’s time to throw on your favorite jersey and get ready for some football! Whether you’re cheering on your kids under the Friday night lights,

Community News

Dallas County surpasses 100,000 total coronavirus cases; Denton County adds four more deaths

Dallas County officials reported 624 more COVID-19 cases — all of which the county considers new — and has surpassed 100,000 confirmed and probable cases.

Community Tips

Importance of community during the continued days of covid-19

Building community connections is what I do every day. I work with businesses, teachers and organizations to create the perfect off-site experience to foster learning and deepen understanding – of

Community Health Experts

Experts urge new Halloween traditions over trick-or-treating as covid-19 spread continues

With COVID-19 still circulating in North Texas, now is the time to start planning alternative Halloween activities. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Community Tips

Got the quarantine Blues? Here are some safe ways to get out of your house

The coronavirus has shifted life into an area of uncertainty and has forced us to create a new normal that involves a lot more isolation.