Migraine Month Awareness Month

Migraines: Are They All in Your Head?

Some people know the feeling all too well. Throbbing pain and nausea, vomiting and sensitivity to light. Several symptoms can mark the beginning of a migraine. Over 38 million Americans experience migraines, each with their own unique set of triggers … Continued

Women's Health Month

Women’s Health Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and it’s also the celebration of Mother’s Day. In today’s age, women face increasing demands on their time from taking care of their families, juggling their career, to possibly caring for aging or unhealthy … Continued

Stroke Awareness Month

Stroke: It Happens in an Instant

May is Stroke Awareness Month and according to the American Stroke Association, 80 percent of strokes may be preventable. Neighbors Emergency Center believes it’s essential you are fully informed on what a stroke is, steps to prevent a stroke and how … Continued

Healthy Kids

Have Your Kids Leap into a Healthy Spring

Spring is finally here! That means the days are getting longer, the plants are beginning to bloom and outdoor play time is in full swing. Although the springtime is exciting, as a parent it is important to know the health … Continued

National Doctors Day

Doctor’s Day – The People Behind Our Patients

  When neighbors turn to us in their medical emergency, there are many people they meet at Neighbors Emergency Center. But it’s our doctors who are the foundation of the Neighbors experience. These compassionate, dedicated, board-certified professionals care for our … Continued

National Nutrition Month

4 Food Trends Taking Over in 2018

The new year is in full swing, and that means new healthy food trends have arrived. This year is all about making wholesome and delicious foods in your own kitchen. It may seem like a lot of work but investing … Continued

National Athletic Training Month

Athletic Training Month: Compassionate Care for All

Every March Texas turns its attention to athletic trainers and the important work they do of sports injury prevention and sports injury treatment. These healthcare professionals are committed to helping every athlete achieve their maximum level of performance while keeping … Continued
Flu Awareness

Zoom In on the Flu

As the early spring approaches, you may think you’ve steered clear of the dreaded flu. This is simply not true. According to Texas Health and Human Services, this season’s influenza activity “remains high across the state, with a marginal increase … Continued
National Heart Month 2018

Love Your Heart: 5 Ways to Control Your Blood Pressure

February kicks off American Heart Month, which is a wonderful time to commit to living a healthier lifestyle. One way many Americans are striving to stay healthy this year is by keeping their blood pressure under control. High blood pressure … Continued