With North Texans feeling “ugh” thanks to rising COVID cases, allergies, the flu and the good old fashion cold, it might be a good time for a refresher course in the differences among the clan of ills. Here are some hints on playing the “What do I have?” game: The big game changer is fever. If you have a fever, then there is a chance of having the flu or COVID. Without … [Read more...] about Telling The Differences Among The COVID, Flu, Cold And Allergies Are A Headache
Children's Health has had more fantastic superheroes/heroines than a convention of Marvel Comic characters lately. Just last month the Children's Dream Team (Troy Aikman, Clayton Kershaw, Dirk Nowitzki and Jordan Spieth) joined forces to promote the Children's story. And last Thursday, a heap of Super Heroes in red capes were floating around Children’s Health’s Plano and Dallas … [Read more...] about Children’s Super Heroes And Dream Team Are Joined By ER Reimagination Campaign Champs
The MySweetCharity global headquarters was shaken this morning. One of the elves scampered through the compound like Paul Revere: “She’s here! She’s here! She’s here!” There was just a way that the word “she” was shouted that there was no doubt who was indeed here. As Queenie waddled her way to her throne room, Elder Elf pulled himself together to broach the old … [Read more...] about Queenie Blows Back To MySweetCharity
For many parents, the sight of a scape on the knee or full blow hit at a soccer game may seem devastating. For other folks, those childhood nicks and bumps would almost seem like a cheek kiss. Those are parents whose children suffer from life-threatening food allergies. For some, it can be just a simple peanut that can send their child to the grave. And the threat is very … [Read more...] about Rachael And Bob Dedman Have Drs. James Baker And Drew Bird Provide Updates For Children’s Food Allergy Center Supporters
Nerves on edge. Why? In addition to a slew of thunderstorms playing havoc with daily routines and allergies making even the burliest types look weepy, the past weeks of fundraising activities have taken a toll on locals. The good news is that the end of the gnarly weather, pollen blowouts and the non-profit round-the-clock events are winding down. Happily, all that … [Read more...] about There’s A Good Reason For Being A Bit Worn Out And Ragged
Spring break has been in high gear for most of March. But many folks have been sidetracked by runny noses, hacking coughs, watery eyes and sore throats. Some swear they’ve had the flu despite having their flu shot last fall. Others blame the budding of flowers and trees for their allergies hitting hard. Still others simply write the problem off to an ordinary cold. Any of … [Read more...] about Exactly What Have You Been Hosting Over Spring Break?
It was so adorable this morning when Queenie arrived in her ceremonial robes and her favorite tiara topping a splashy sombrero. What was the occasion? Cinco de Mayo was still a couple of months away. Elder Elf, who had had his gray roots refreshened for the umpteenth time, approached the old gal asking, “O regal one, who was born with a platinum spoon in her fist, may I ask why … [Read more...] about Queenie Proclaims Recent Sneezing And Wheezing May Be Only Temporary
Have you noticed people with teary eyes? Sure, they’ve been overdosing on eye washes, but still you can’t help but spot the red eyes and equally pink noses. But, no, it’s not due to Poor-Pitiful-Pearl issues. Rather, it’s that time of year when the blossoms bloom and the allergies explode. So, invest in Puffs if you haven’t been hit with this seasonal explosion of achoo’s. … [Read more...] about It’s That Time Of Year For Bleary Eyes And Rudolph Noses