Meet Michelle Moore, Communications Specialist for the City of Richmond! We are thankful to have the City of Richmond back again as a sponsor this year. They will be participating in the fajita cook-off and softball competition.
Once again, the winter holiday season is upon us. This is a time of year with many gatherings of friends, co-workers, and family. At one of these gatherings, someone who you care about shares that they suffer from depression. You want to be supportive, but don’t want to say or do anything to make matters worse.
It doesn’t matter what the meteorologists call it—tropical depression, tropical storm, or hurricane; once they start telling us they’re watching a storm approaching the Gulf, anxieties and blood pressures may begin to rise. The Houston area has weathered its fair share of violent rain storms, and with hurricane season having officially begun on June 1st, and Harvey’s anniversary date quickly approaching, you may be getting jitters brought on by memories of last year’s record-breaking storm. Here are 4 tips for managing concerns about hurricane season.
AccessHealth has promoted Director of IT, Reporting and Analytics, Jared M. Williams, to serve as the Chief Financial Officer.
Summertime can be tough and expensive for parents, so finding kids’ activities that are cheap or free is a good way to keep your kids busy and yourself sane. Below are some suggestions for helping kids to stay busy and entertained.
Many parents today have learned the importance of praising kids. In any place where kids can be found—stores, at the ball game, on playgrounds - we hear parents cheerfully telling them what a great job they did, or how much they love them. But it’s important to avoid ending up in an endless loop of constantly telling our children how awesome they are and how wonderfully they do the smallest things.
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April 27, 2018
Dr. Tahira Zaidi, Pediatrician at AccessHealth Stafford Clinic, is a native Houstonian. She earned her medical degree at the University of North Texas and performed her residency at Texas Tech Health Science Center.
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