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How to Deal With Menopause Fatigue

June 30, 2020

Menopause comes with its fair share of expected changes- and a few unexpected changes. Some women know that they will be extra tired during menopause. But for others, the fatigue comes as a surprise. It can be hard to deal with- whether or not you are prepared. Below, we will explore the source of your … Continue reading “How to Deal With Menopause Fatigue”

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Do You Need an Atrial Fibrillation Monitor?

May 30, 2020

Do you have AFib? While this condition is common, it can still be scary news to hear. Making healthy lifestyle choices can help you manage your AFib. For some patients, that means using an atrial fibrillation monitor. But what is this monitor? Is it right for you? We’ll learn more about this popular AFib tool … Continue reading “Do You Need an Atrial Fibrillation Monitor?”

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Can Seasonal Allergies Cause Dizziness?

May 15, 2020

Seasonal allergies can cause a lot of different symptoms. But can seasonal allergies cause dizziness? If you are struggling with dizziness, then you are probably uncomfortable and also maybe afraid. While some types of dizziness are no big deal, other types are undoubtedly serious. Below, we will explain different dizziness causes and also when to … Continue reading “Can Seasonal Allergies Cause Dizziness?”

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Your Mental Health During Self-Quarantine

April 30, 2020

Self-quarantine can be challenging. After all, people are social creatures, and our society is set up to reflect that. Staying away from your school, workplace, and all social venues can take its toll on your mental health. Luckily, there are some things you can do at home to help ease this burden. Below, we will … Continue reading “Your Mental Health During Self-Quarantine”

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I Think I Have COVID-19. What Should I Do?

April 15, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic is continuing to spread throughout Texas. This means that more of us are showing signs of the disease. Most cases of COVID-19 are mild. However, the thought of catching the coronavirus is still scary. If you think you have this disease, then it’s important to follow the right steps. Here’s how you … Continue reading “I Think I Have COVID-19. What Should I Do?”

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Dr Frank Walker, MD General Surgeon

March 18, 2020

We are delighted to have Dr. Frank Walker as part of our medical staff team. He sees patients all across our four locations. Dr. Frank Walker MD has over 26 years of experience as a General Surgeon in the local area. He graduated from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas and specializes … Continue reading “Dr Frank Walker, MD General Surgeon”

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Staying Safe and Healthy When Traveling Over Spring Break

March 15, 2020

Spring break for Houston schools is nearly upon us. Many families will be packing up and leaving town for a needed vacation from school and winter’s drabness. It’s essential to stay safe and healthy when traveling, but it may be even more so this year. You’ll want to keep everyone and everything in great shape, … Continue reading “Staying Safe and Healthy When Traveling Over Spring Break”

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What Causes Joint Pain?

February 26, 2020

One of the most common complaints people have regarding their health is joint pain. Whether it’s a knee, shoulder, back, or elbow, people of all ages sometimes suffer from aches around those places’ bones join together. As people age, of course, pains in joints tend to increase, but even young people and young adults often … Continue reading “What Causes Joint Pain?”

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Lung Cancer Symptoms You Should Not Ignore

January 30, 2020

Great strides have been made in the treatment of cancer. Although it still poses one of our greatest health threats, it’s generally agreed that early detection greatly increases a person’s chances of beating the disease. While healthcare providers typically check for signs of cancer during routine exams, there is no one in a better position … Continue reading “Lung Cancer Symptoms You Should Not Ignore”

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What are the Signs and Symptoms of Asthma?

January 15, 2020

Asthma is a condition caused by constrictions or narrowing of lung airways and bronchial air passages. Excess mucus is produced, which acts to clog airways and, together with the constrictions, make breathing difficult. It affects individuals of all ages, from children under the age of five to individuals throughout adulthood. Also, the disease can range … Continue reading “What are the Signs and Symptoms of Asthma?”

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