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Signs along the new fitness trail at the San Antonio Zoo, sponsored by University Health System

Trick your kids into moving (off the sofa)

Categories: Children's Health  /  News

“Mom! I’m bored!” Summer is here, school is out and the kids are probably staring at an electronic device of some sort instead of being active. To remedy that, University Health System and San Antonio Zoo have teamed up to provide guests of all ages with a way to combine fitness and fun. The Zoo’s new Fitness Trail is a one-mile loop that connects guests with some major animal exhibits, and includes signs that help  track their progress at each quarter-mile mark. Signs also include encouraging fitness facts that offer motivation and inspiration. “Too often during the summer break, kids are parked …Read More >

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Sunburned back with 'help' written in sunscreen

Yes, it’s hot. Don’t roast

Categories: Children's Health  /  Emergency care  /  News

The official start to summer is June 21. Tell that to the sun. South Texas temperatures have already pushed past the 90-degree mark and show no sign of stopping. With that much energy from the sun bombarding us all, it’s important to take some precautions to keep from getting burned, dehydrated — or worse. With that in mind, we’re recycling a helpful interview on sun safety we did last year with Dr. Bruce Adams, chair of emergency medicine at University Hospital and UT Health San Antonio. Stay safe out there! When too much sun makes summer less fun

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