Community Health Experts

Researchers launch new study to understand how face masks impact exercise

As research continues to advance our collective knowledge around care and treatment options for COVID-19, Baylor Scott & White Research Institute (BSWRI) is also opening avenues of

Community Health Experts

How to safely go to the doctor

With quarantine protocols in place due to the coronavirus pandemic, it can be tough to get out of the house, and leaving home has taken

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Returning to School During the Covid-19 Pandemic: Virtual Learning

As the fall semester approaches we know how hard it has been for parents and families to decide the mode of learning for their children. Some

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Alvord ISD closes Tuesday after 2 students test positive | Here are all the Covid-19 cases at local schools

More than 20 school districts in North Texas are returning to in-person classes in August. So far, there have been 16 districts that have reported

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My pandemic pregnancy: A safe and stress-free delivery despite Covid-19

This past Christmas Eve, I received an extra special gift — a positive pregnancy test! Our family of three would soon become a family of

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Parent and teacher: How to seamlessly play both roles

As Barbara Bush once said, “The home is the child’s first school, the parent is the child’s first teacher and reading is the child’s first

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Dallas ISD phasing-in practice for student-athletes, extracurriculars

DALLAS — Dallas ISD announced the phasing-in of athletic conditioning and other UIL activities starting Sept. 8, which is also when online learning begins for

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Safer dating during Covid-19

Dating has become tough for a lot of people as they live under restrictions and quarantine protocols to curb the spread of Covid-19. But, just

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Fort Worth, Tarrant County expand COVID testing

The City of Fort Worth and Tarrant County are expanding COVID-19 testing for residents throughout the city. Tests will be available at these locations, starting

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How visits to Texas nursing homes, assisted-living facilities will work under new coronavirus guidelines

Before the pandemic, Norma Barrientos visited her mother two or three times a week, staying for hours at Skyline Nursing Center, where Mary Sifuentes has