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  • What Is the Most Effective Form or Method of Birth Control?

    Primary Care Associates of Texas wants you to be healthy and strong, and that includes practicing safer sex and knowing your birth control options for optimum wellness. Whether you have never had a child, or you’ve conceived before but are not looking to grow your family at the moment, you have plenty of options for birth control. However, it’s worth noting that not all forms of birth control are ...
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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: ...
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  • 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 ...
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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 ...
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  • 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, ...
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  • 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 ...
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