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  • Summer’s here so drink up!

    Drinking water has many benefits, and if you live in a hot climate it’s even more important to stay hydrated.

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  • Keep moving for a healthier you!

    Staying active and exercising regularly can help you feel your best. Experts say to get at least two and a half hours of moderate activity a week. But you don’t have to do it all at once. Even 10-minute blocks during the day can help.

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  • Here's how to help Uvalde shooting victims, survivors, and their families

    While families and community members in Uvalde process their grief after the worst school shooting in Texas history, they are also dealing with medical, funeral and legal expenses. Here’s how you can help.

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  • Talking to your child about school violence

    As parents, it’s natural for us to worry about our children. We try our best to help them over life’s hurdles and protect them from the dangers of the world. When the time comes to send them off to school, we trust that we’re leaving them in safe and capable hands. However, certain events are out of our control. Occasionally, a rare act of school violence is committed, shattering that trust and upending our sense of security. It’s important to give our children support as we all work to come to terms with such a devastating event.

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  • Meet your new Aetna Clinical Consultant Chaundra Sneed

    Chaundra Sneed is a registered nurse who is available to help you with any questions or concerns you might have related to your physical, mental or emotional heath. She works in tandem with your physician, not in place of him or her. Visit the link above to see a personal invitation from Chaundra.

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  • June is Men's Health Month!

    Advice for men from Dr. Christine Wan of the HISD Health & Wellness Centers

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  • Supporting our school communities in need

    The wellbeing and safety of children are central to the mission of Rethink Ed, a member of the Virgin Pulse partner ecosystem. As such, they are providing free access to their Trauma resources to help manage conversations that are taking place across all our homes and classrooms.

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