Covid 19

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Managing Sprains

As summer comes to an end and schools open up again, there is still time left for lots of backyard play or active running and jumping in area parks. The Covid-19 restrictions requiring everyone to stay indoors only seems to make playing outside that much more...

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Four Nearby State Parks for End-of-Summer Fun

This summer, getting out in the fresh air is more attractive than ever. Most of us have spent the last few months quarantined in our homes as we take measures to ward off the Covid-19 virus. Schools have been closed, people are working from home, stores and...

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Four Family Activities to Do During the Covid-19 Summer

With the Covid-19 virus still causing concerns around Houston, there're still family activities available that are both safe and readily available to almost everyone. Naturally, if you or a family member is medically compromised, you should use judgment as to whether...

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Stay Safe in the Sun this Summer

Regardless of the Covid-19 pandemic, many children and adults are looking forward to spending time this summer out in the sun. As things open up, families can hang out in the parks, take long walks, or swim in a pool or lake.  Whichever outdoor activity you and your...

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How to Stay Safe Going Out in Public

It's hard to know what will happen with the CoVid-19 virus activities, but states are starting to open up.  Stores are being allowed to reopen, and some groups can meet, although with restrictions. According to experts, things won’t be back to normal until the country...

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Schooling at Home During CoVid-19

Even though states and cities are opening up and people are beginning to return to normal activities, schools remain closed. It has been reported, although nothing is confirmed, that some schools may be closed for all of next year. Whatever the case, school children...

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CoVid19 is Less Severe in Children, but Can Still be Deadly

Sunset Pediatric Urgent Care, as well as our sister organization, Sunrise Pediatrics Clinic, wants to assure all of our patients that we are staying abreast of coronavirus (CoVid-19) developments and that we are here to do all we can to ensure you and your family's...

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COVID-19 Update

As of March 5, two cases of the COVID-19 flu have been confirmed in Houston – (one in Fort Bend and one in Harris Counties.) Also, The City of Houston Health Department has reported at least one more suspected case. As this flu outbreak continues to spread, it is...

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