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Children’s Sports Injuries — Are you Prepared?

School is officially in full session and fall sports are well underway. Unfortunately, that also means kids sports injuries are imminent. Youth Sports-Related Injuries are on the Rise In a day and age where youth sports seem to be becoming more and more competitive at younger ages, one challenge that arises is protecting our children […]

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Trampolines: The Backyard Danger

If you have kids, at some point they may beg you to put up a trampoline in the backyard, or play on one at a friend’s or neighbor’s house. While it may seem like innocent childhood fun, trampolines can be dangerous.  At In and Out Express Care, we see a number of sprains, fractures, dislocations, […]

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Sunscreen — a Necessary Evil?

We’ve talked about the sun being a double-edged sword. Similarly, so is sunscreen. While sunscreen protects your skin from harmful UV rays in the short term, there are concerns about how the chemicals impact the body, and our environment, over time. It’s a catch-22 that’s enough to make you want to hide inside all summer!  […]

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Too Much Sun or Not Enough? The Vitamin D Dilemma

The sun is a double-edged sword. We hear about the dangers of overexposure: premature aging, decreased immunity, and skin cancer. Yet, not getting enough sun leads to vitamin D deficiency, which affects 42% of Americans (and may also increase the risk of cancer!).   So…should we get less sun or more sun? The answer is not […]

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Tips to Avoid Bee Stings this Summer

When the warm weather comes and flowers start to blossom, they inevitably signal our buzzy fuzzy friends: the honeybees. Honeybees are a crucial part of our food ecosystem and are generally gentle insects. But, if you’ve ever gotten stung by one of them, you know firsthand the downside to honeybees. Bee stings can be painful, […]

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How Can I Prevent Shin Splints?

Shin splints are one of the most common injuries for runners, dancers, and other athletes. Known medically as medial tibial stress syndrome, shin splints occur from repeated stress of impact on the shinbone (tibia). It manifests as pain and tenderness along the front of the leg. Shin splints can be painful, but thankfully they are […]

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