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  • 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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  • Dry Eyes: Causes and Treatments

    Most people have experienced dry eyes at one time or another. Some experience dry eyes after staring at a computer screen for long hours, while others burn the midnight oil and start to feel the discomfort. While dry eyes aren’t usually a cause for concern, it can make things difficult. For example, those who suffer from dry eyes might have light sensitivity and have trouble driving at night. ...
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  • Choosing the Right Doctor

    Finding a new doctor is rarely easy. Your primary care physician will be ensuring your health remains as steady as possible, which means he or she needs to be observant and skilled. Likewise, he or she will see you at your worst, most likely, so you want to be comfortable with the person who will be treating you for your common colds, flu symptoms, and eye infections. Also, if you’re having ...
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  • Which Vaccines Should Seniors Receive?

    Immunizations are important for individuals of all ages, especially for seniors whose immune systems have weakened with age. According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, immunizations can help prevent diseases that could pose some potentially severe consequences for seniors. Unfortunately, research shows that most Americans over the age of 60 fail to get all the inoculations they need to ...
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  • How to Spot a Sinus Infection

    Sinus infections are incredibly uncomfortable and even painful, causing swollen and inflamed nasal cavities along with a whole other host of symptoms that can disrupt a person’s everyday routine. These infections can be caused by a virus, bacteria, or even fungus, though this tends to be a rarity. Allergies, nasal polyps, and tooth infections can also contribute to sinus pain and symptoms. Here ...
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  • Are Energy Drinks Bad for Your Heart?

    Energy drinks are quite popular these days, as they are marketed to give you a safe jolt of energy. While people routinely ingest energy drinks as a means of staying awake and alert, there is a hidden danger to consuming these beverages. As of 2017, there has been a substantial rise in emergency visits and even fatalities due to the intake of energy drinks. In fact, these drinks are far more ...
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  • The Physical Effects of Sleep Deprivation

    We all know sleeping is the most important thing you can do for your health, and many of us even enjoy taking a nap every once in a while. However, with our lives busier than ever, we may find it difficult to disconnect from all of our distractions to get a full night’s sleep. While we may feel this is normal and that our bodies can handle a moderate lack of sleep, quite the opposite is true. ...
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  • How to Handle Minor Burn Injuries

    Burn injuries come in many different forms and have many different causes. Most burns come from accidental contact with a hot surface, but others can occur from chemical reactions to exposed skin, electrical current, and even excessive sun exposure. Burns typically come in four different degrees. First-degree burns are considered the most minor, and odds are you won’t even need to see a doctor to ...
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  • 5 Signs You Have a Sinus Infection

    Are your allergies acting up? Do you feel like you might have a common cold? While you may not be wrong, there’s a chance you might actually be experiencing something more serious if you feel absolutely miserable. You might have what’s known as “sinusitis,” or, as it’s more commonly known, a sinus infection. More than 30 million adults are diagnosed with this condition every year, and many are ...
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  • Have You Received a Flu Shot This Year?

    Every year, the CDC reminds us to get our flu shots to combat the flu season, which falls somewhere between October to March. There are many reasons behind this. One--each flu season is different. The flu virus can change, evolving or “mutate” to the point where last year’s flu vaccination does nothing against it. The medical community must also respond to the shifts in the flu season by also ...
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  • How Often Should You Get a Physical?

    An important way to ensure your health is at optimum levels is to get an annual physical with your primary care physician . However, most Americans tend to only visit their doctor whenever they feel ill. A physical is an opportunity for your doctor to determine potential health issues before they become significant and debilitating. Basic adult physical schedule for generally healthy individuals ...
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  • How to Protect Your Skin This Summer

    Summer is in full swing, which means that Americans will be spending their free time at the beach, lake, or pool. However, being exposed to the sun’s harmful rays for hours can have damaging effects on our skin, since skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. The following are effective ways to protect your skin from the sun: Apply sunscreen All sunscreens possess a sun ...
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  • What Do Different Vitamins Do for You?

    Our patients often hear about vitamins and the many benefits they offer our bodies. This is how many food companies advertise their products in eye-catching colors and fonts with “high in vitamin C” or “rich in riboflavin.” What does this mean for your body? What purpose do vitamins serve? If there are benefits, are you taking in enough to continue functioning optimally? Why Our Bodies Need ...
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  • Why Does Stress Raise Blood Pressure?

    Medical experts often recommend reducing stress to reduce high blood pressure. Are you wondering what the connection is? According to the American Heart Association, stress and high blood pressure are inextricably linked. When our bodies become stressed, it sends a message to many parts of the bodies. First, there is a release of the stress hormones, namely cortisol and adrenaline, triggering the ...
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