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  • FAQ

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    • Do I Have a Gluten Allergy?

      Potential Signs You May Have a Gluten Allergy Now more than ever, there is a heightened awareness of gluten intolerance, and there are many gluten-free alternatives for people who are allergic. However, many people aren’t able to enjoy the benefits of removing gluten from their diet because they simply don’t know they have an allergy, leaving them to suffer painful symptoms, which may include: ...
    • The Difference Between Gluten Intolerance and Wheat Allergies

      If you suffer from gluten or wheat allergies, you know that the two conditions (though often confused) are fundamentally different. If you suspect you may have one or the other are know someone who does, it is critical to understand the distinctions between the two. Gluten-Related Disorders vs. Wheat Allergies For starters, one is a diagnosable medical issue, while the other is a catch-call term ...
    • Do I Really Need a Primary Care Doctor?

      3 Reasons to See a Primary Care Physician on a Regular Basis Recent reports reveal that approximately 25% of millennials in the United States do not have a primary care doctor. However, it is much more challenging to navigate your ever-developing health and any issues that may arise if you don’t have a primary physician with whom you consult on a regular basis. Here are the top 3 reasons everyone ...

    News

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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 ...

    Tips & Hints

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    • 6 Ways to Stick to Your Diet During the Holidays

      How to Stay Faithful to Your Diet This Holiday Season Sticking to a diet and exercise plan is hard, and the holidays make it that much harder. However, you can stay on the straight and narrow over the next few weeks and set yourself up for success by doing the following: Keep a written log of everything you eat. Knowing you’ll have to write it down forces you to consider every food choice you make ...
    • 5 Holiday Drinks that Will Ruin Your Diet

      Steer Clear of These Fattening Drinks This Holiday Season Anyone who has tried to lose weight or stick to a long-term nutrition plan knows that the holidays are a minefield. From sugary cocktails to festive treats, there are hundreds if not thousands of opportunities to cheat, indulge, and undo months of hard work and self-discipline. Doing so is even more tempting when it comes to holiday drinks, ...
    • Tips for Parenting Children with Type I Diabetes

      How Type 1 Diabetes Impacts Parents & Families If you have a child with Type 1 diabetes (T1D), you know how all-consuming it can be to manage their health, diet, insulin levels, etc. Many parents who are tasked with caring for children with T1D live in perpetual fear of their child experiencing a seizure, falling into a coma, or having an episode of hypoglycemia. T1D parents with small children ...

    Weight Loss

    The latest posts for Weight Loss are listed below.
    • 6 Ways to Stick to Your Diet During the Holidays

      How to Stay Faithful to Your Diet This Holiday Season Sticking to a diet and exercise plan is hard, and the holidays make it that much harder. However, you can stay on the straight and narrow over the next few weeks and set yourself up for success by doing the following: Keep a written log of everything you eat. Knowing you’ll have to write it down forces you to consider every food choice you make ...
    • 5 Holiday Drinks that Will Ruin Your Diet

      Steer Clear of These Fattening Drinks This Holiday Season Anyone who has tried to lose weight or stick to a long-term nutrition plan knows that the holidays are a minefield. From sugary cocktails to festive treats, there are hundreds if not thousands of opportunities to cheat, indulge, and undo months of hard work and self-discipline. Doing so is even more tempting when it comes to holiday drinks, ...
    • Pro Tips for Losing Weight with Type 1 Diabetes

      How Do I Lose Weight with T1 Diabetes? Before reading any further, know that you should always consult a doctor before trying a new method of weight loss , especially with a serious condition like type 1 diabetes or any other form of insulin-dependent diabetes. Living with diabetes is very challenging and complex, and involving an experienced disease management physician is essential to your ...

    Wellness Care

    The latest posts for Wellness Care are listed below.
    • Over-the-Counter Medications to Avoid While Pregnant

      As you prepare for the arrival of your new son or daughter, you are likely wondering whether you should change your medication regimen. Keep in mind that there are a wide variety of over-the-counter (OTC) medications that may increase your child’s risk of injury, birth defects, or developmental issues, and it is imperative to their wellbeing that you talk to your doctor about which medications to ...
    • Signs You May Have Irritable Bowel Syndrome

      Are your bowel movements a persistent source of discomfort, embarrassment, and pain? If so, you may be suffering from a condition called Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), which is also commonly referred to as a spastic colon. Many people with IBS experience severe abdominal pain and other forms of gastric uneasiness so intense that they take a tolls on affected persons’ work, social lives, and ...
    • Monitoring Your COPD

      What Is COPD? The abbreviation “COPD” refers to a condition called chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder, which is a blanket term that refers to a handful of progressive and incurable lung diseases, including: Chronic bronchitis Emphysema Refractory asthma As time goes on, people with COPD have increasing difficulty breathing and their airways become progressively thicker and less flexible due to ...
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