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    • 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 ...
    • Should I See a Doctor if I Feel Sick After Traveling?

      Traveling can take a toll on even the healthiest individuals, so it isn’t unusual to feel under the weather when you return home from a trip. Many travel-related illness are mild and don’t require treatment, but some can be far more serious. How can you tell if you should visit your doctor after a trip? Fever Fevers are a sign of an infection. If you develop a fever within a month of traveling, ...
    • Can Poor Sleep Contribute to Alzheimer's Risk?

      Sleep deprivation is a public health epidemic, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A lack of sleep can affect daily functioning, overall mental health, and long term wellbeing . Sleep deprivation may also contribute to the development of Alzheimer’s disease . How Can a Lack of Sleep Cause Alzheimer’s Disease? Sleep is crucial for our health, both physical and cognitive. It ...

    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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    • 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 ...
    • 3 Tips for Managing Congestive Heart Failure

      What Is Congestive Heart Failure? Congestive heart failure (CHF) happens when the heart stops working as efficiently as it needs to in order to circulate blood throughout the body. This often leads to swelling and stretching of the heart chambers, which progressively makes the heart weaker and even less efficient. This may cause the kidneys to fail as well, resulting in an overall increase in ...
    • 3 Ways to Help Your Parents Avoid Medication Mistakes

      Strategies for Keeping Your Aging Parents from Mixing Up Prescriptions & Dosages If you are caring for an aging adult such as a parent or grandparent, you are likely aware that their cognitive abilities and memory are growing increasingly worse with each passing year. As a caretaker, you may be eager to help prevent their dwindling memory from leading to accidents or self-inflicted harm, as is ...

    Weight Loss

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    • 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 ...
    • How to Spot Congestive Heart Failure

      What Is Congestive Heart Failure? Congestive heart failure (CHF) is a form of heart failure that occurs when the heart is weak and unable to fill itself with or pump out blood efficiently. When the heart does not pump blood properly, it experiences increased pressure and the chambers of the heart stretch to accommodate more blood, becoming tough and thick is a result. This creates a vicious cycle, ...
    • Weight Loss for People with Heart Failure

      How to Lose Weight & Manage Heart Disease In some cases, people gain an unhealthy amount of weight as a result of heart failure or heart disease. In other cases, being overweight contributes to heart disease. Regardless, anyone seeking to manage heart failure and lose a significant amount of weight faces a serious challenge. If that’s you, there are a few things you need to know before jumping ...

    Wellness Care

    The latest posts for Wellness Care are listed below.
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • Why You Should Make Allergy Screening Part of Your Annual Checkup

      Allergies Are Very Common More than 50 million people in the United States have allergies. We develop allergies because of our environment, genetics, and sometimes as a result of other conditions that may seem unrelated. Common allergies include: Peanuts Tree nuts Milk and dairy products Fish and shellfish Pollen Latex Pets (cats, dogs, birds, etc.) Allergies Can Interfere with Your Life in Sneaky ...
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