Blog Posts in 2018

  • Diabetes Primary Care in Texas

    Although diabetes is a common condition affecting nearly 26 million people in the United States, that does not mean that it isn’t a serious condition. If left untreated or not properly managed, diabetes can lead to other health complications including eye damage, hearing impairment, skin conditions, nerve damage, and damage to internal organs. If you have been diagnosed with diabetes, it is ...
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  • Popular Dieting Tips that Actually Hurt You

    There are a million and one crazy weight loss techniques out there. All of them come with before-and-after photos intended to convince you that the latest bum-to-buff diet is completely legitimate and will give you the results you want. For the sake of your long-term health and weight loss success, always do your research and talk to a weight loss doctor before jumping headfirst into a lemonade ...
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  • Tips for Keeping Medications Organized

    Medication Management is Critical to Your Wellbeing, Longevity, and Quality of Life As most people age, they tend to accumulate multiple prescription medications. The more medications there are in the mix, the more confusing it can become to take the right ones at the right time, take the right amount of each medication, and remember which one’s you’ve already taken that day. The more powerful ...
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  • What to Watch Out for When Taking Blood Thinners & Anticoagulants

    Anticoagulants and blood thinners are typically given to people who are at a high risk of developing blood clots and having a stroke or heart attack. While blood thinners break up clots and help reduce your risk of blockage in the brain, heart, and lungs, they come with potential perils of their own. If you are taking an anticoagulant or blood thinner, there are a few things you should pay ...
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  • Flu-Related Deaths Spark Questions About Senior Adults Health

    On January 9 th , 2018, 3 flu-related fatalities were reported in Tarrant County. All 3 deaths involved senior citizens ages 55 and up, but there has been news of a widespread flu outbreak in Fort Worth, which could affect everyone from aging adults to small children. However, because senior adults make up at least 10% of the population of Fort Worth, this incident begs the question: How can aging ...
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  • How to Set a Weight Loss Goal That Will Motivate You

    The beginning of a new year is the perfect time to honestly assess your diet and exercise routine. If you’re like most people, you’d probably like to see a change in weight and overall health. Perhaps you are already taking steps to get there by buying workout gear, hitting the gym, eating more green things than ever. In order to get there, you’ll need to create some goals. Why Setting Weight Loss ...
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