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Protect Your Skin with These Sun Safety Tips

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  • pool safety, skin cancer prevention, sun safety, sunscreen facts
This summer, while you enjoy the pool and outdoor fun with your family, it’s important to take a few minutes to protect your skin from the damaging effects of the sun. Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States, according to the Center for Disease Control, but there are steps you can take to minimize your risk.
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Avon Walk Houston 2013 – Texas Swim Academy Team Raises Funds for Local Breast Cancer Organizations

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  • Avon Walk, avon walk houston 2013, Houston Avon Walk, stroke development, survival swim, Texas Swim Academy
At Texas Swim Academy there are some causes that are very close to our hearts. One is the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer. A few months ago we invited you to join our Avon Walk Houston 2013 team as we committed to raise funds for this worthy charity and prepare to walk 39 miles in
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How Swimming Affects the Muscles

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  • survival swim, swim lessons, swimming, swimming for health, Texas Swim Academy
There are many reasons to introduce your children to water either early in survival swim or during early childhood stroke development swim lessons. Not only is learning to swim one of the best measures of safety for our kids, but it’s also extremely beneficial to their health! Muscle formation is key to coordination and injury
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Swimming and Eating Well – Texas Swim Academy

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We at Texas Swim Academy sincerely care for the health and safety of our students. We found some great advice from USA Swimming regarding swimming and eating well. Eating the proper nutrition ensure happy, healthy kids who perform well in the water. It’s a win-win! BY JILL CASTLE, MS, RD Parents and coaches want their
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Swimming and Children with ADHD – Texas Swim Academy

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  • Katy swim lessons, special needs, swim lessons, swimming with ADHD, Texas Swim Academy
We all know that participating in group sports activities has numerous benefits for children. Not only do kids expend energy and gain the physical and mental benefits regular exercise affords, but they also have fun while learning focus and discipline. But children with ADHD can find some team sports more frustrating than focusing. Sports like
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