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When ticks bite

When ticks bite

With ticks most active in the summertime, families need to know what to do if someone is bitten by the pest.

Guarding against tick bites
Mon, Jun 11, 2018

Oklahoma families are not the only ones excited about the warmer summertime temperatures. Ticks are, too.

Helping kids avoid head lice at summer camp
Mon, Jun 11, 2018

With many Oklahoma youth planning to spend parts of their summer breaks enjoying camps, clinics and conferences, families need to know how to protect against head lice.

Oklahoma State doing more to advance children’s health
Fri, Jun 08, 2018

The new Center for Pediatric Psychology at Oklahoma State University is expected to help the university and the state use their national status as leaders in the field of children’s health to do more for kids and their families.

New Tulsa Schweitzer Fellows to Establish Mental Health Hotline for LGBTQ Oklahomans
Tue, May 22, 2018

OSU-Tulsa graduate students Brendon Glon and Jess White plan to establish a mental health hotline for the gay, lesbian and transgender community this summer as part of their new role as Tulsa Schweitzer Fellows.

Building a residential safe room
Thu, May 17, 2018

Oklahomans may opt to build a safe room for an added level of protection from the destruction tornadoes can cause.