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As the temperatures rise, so does our anger and fear. In light of the tragic events in El Paso and Dayton, protests around the globe, and local matters that affect us, I want to take time to pause, deeply breathe in and out, and take notice of what matters most.

I wasn’t quite sure what the chaos was about as I sat at an open-air diner on the West Side of Manhattan the other night, trying to stay away …

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When I think about some of the more controversial public health issues that we see in the U.S., vaccinations are usually at the top of the list. People argue back and forth with pro and anti-vaccination stances but oftentimes are unfamiliar or unclear about the actual data regarding vaccines. I am not using this space to take a pro- or anti-vaccine status, but to take a moment to explain what vaccines are, why we use them, what they can do and who should avoid them.

August is National Immunization Awareness Month, an event that coincides with the kick off of a new school year in Texas, and many parents are scrambling to get their students immunized.

Before your little ones go down the slide at the playground, it’s a good idea to check how hot it is to prevent burns.