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Spring Allergy Preventive Care in Tomball

January 25, 2017

Spring is the season for renewal. Flowers in bloom, birds returning from their southerly retreats, and allergies in the air. Yes, unfortunately the return of spring also signals the start of allergy season. It can’t all be good news, but there is hope for allergy sufferers, with allergy preventive care in Tomball. You may not … Continue reading “Spring Allergy Preventive Care in Tomball”

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What Information Can Help My Cough Doctor Help Me?

January 19, 2017

The quality health care you have come to expect from the PCP for Life team is based on compassionate care and communication. If you are experiencing a persistent cough, there are many factors to consider to correctly diagnose the cause and prescribe treatment. Your cough doctor will want to get some background information, and ask … Continue reading “What Information Can Help My Cough Doctor Help Me?”

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What to Look for in a Hypertension Specialist in Houston

December 31, 2016

Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is often referred to as the silent killer. That is because there are often no clear warning signs in a person with high blood pressure. Unless they have their BP checked, patients are typically unaware that they are at risk. Consequently, hypertension is underdiagnosed. What exactly are patients with HBP … Continue reading “What to Look for in a Hypertension Specialist in Houston”

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3 Things to Remember About Anemia Treatment

December 26, 2016

Patients who suffer from anemia have a shortage of red blood cells or hemoglobin, which is the part of red blood cells that carries oxygen through the bloodstream. The hemoglobin attaches itself to oxygen molecules to facilitate transport. A deficiency of hemoglobin will prevent your body’s organs from getting a sufficient supply of oxygen. If … Continue reading “3 Things to Remember About Anemia Treatment”

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How to Deal with the Initial Signs of Premature Aging?

October 2, 2016

Aging is an inevitable truth and an essential phase of the cycle of life. No matter how much those high end and top notch cosmetic and pharmaceutical companies brag about the efficacy of their anti aging products, you should not fall into the trap, for no treatment, no cream, no concoction or pill can avoid … Continue reading “How to Deal with the Initial Signs of Premature Aging?”

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Can You Prevent the Onset of Alzheimer’s disease?

September 26, 2016

Alzheimer’s disease is often considered as just another consequence of aging, but it actually can be more devastating than mere forgetfulness or behavioral swings. The number of Alzheimer’s cases recorded annually indicate that the disease has turned into an epidemic and yet there are many others suffering from Alzheimer who have not been identified, and … Continue reading “Can You Prevent the Onset of Alzheimer’s disease?”

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Important Facts That You Should Know About Hypertension

August 15, 2016

High blood pressure or hypertension is a common ailment and a major health threat that most people don’t pay much attention to. However, several things can help you identify, manage and treat this medical condition. Knowing that it is bad and can lead to strokes or a heart attack is not the only thing that … Continue reading “Important Facts That You Should Know About Hypertension”

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Is It Just a Cold, Or a Much More Serious Issue?

August 1, 2016

Colds are much more common in winter and autumn time when the air is dry and cold. However, it doesn’t mean that the common cold is restricted to a single season. It can happen anytime and can mess up your plans real fast. Having a stuffy nose really puts a damper on most plans and … Continue reading “Is It Just a Cold, Or a Much More Serious Issue?”

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The 6 Traits of Highly Effective Nurses

July 22, 2016

Being a nurse is not an easy task. Everyday a nurse has to face new challenges and obstacles and the nursing profession requires a lot of sacrifices on their part. However with dedication and a focused approach, nurses can overcome all the hurdles and provide the best healthcare services for their patients. It’s not the … Continue reading “The 6 Traits of Highly Effective Nurses”

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4 Secrets to Live a Long and Healthy Life

July 13, 2016

At present, the world’s oldest person is Emma Morano, an Italian woman born in 1899. At 116 years old, she may be the only living person who was born in the late 19th century. If you have ever wondered the secret to living over the age of 100 years, then you have come to the … Continue reading “4 Secrets to Live a Long and Healthy Life”

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Choosing the Right HealthCare Provider

June 14, 2016

If you have health coverage in the United States then the government will pay for your medical care, medications, provide services and any special equipment that may be required. In fact, health coverage pays for preventive health services even when you’re feeling alright. However, there is an important decision that you’ll have to make regarding … Continue reading “Choosing the Right HealthCare Provider”

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Stay healthier by avoiding these two things

June 7, 2016

If you want to lead a healthy life you are going to have to focus on preventive care. If you avoid the really harmful things which are a routine in society these days you will be much better off and will feel much healthier. The era we are in will probably be remembered as one … Continue reading “Stay healthier by avoiding these two things”

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7 Signs of Anxiety That Often Go Unnoticed

May 23, 2016

Anxiety is an unavoidable reality that every individual is likely to experience. Of course, it is absolutely normal to experience anxiety at any level in your life. However, if you suffer from an anxiety disorder, then this is an issue which can be quite problematic. While there are symptoms and signs which are all well … Continue reading “7 Signs of Anxiety That Often Go Unnoticed”

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Top Tips for Eating Nutritiously on the Run

May 11, 2016

Almost every other person is in a rush nowadays. This is because people hardly ever get a break from their busy lifestyles, which also means there’s very little time to pay attention to what you’re eating. Even though eating out isn’t recommended, there are a few days where you just have no other option. It … Continue reading “Top Tips for Eating Nutritiously on the Run”

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Managing Hypertension

April 22, 2016

Elevated blood pressure is, sadly, very common in our society. If you are having serious troubles with blood pressure, you should contact a doctor immediately as high blood pressure can have dire consequences. We want to make it clear that these tips are only for people who have had their hypertension diagnosed by a doctor … Continue reading “Managing Hypertension”

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Start Going to the Doctor as a Family

April 12, 2016

When it comes to taking care of your family, health is one of the most important factors. Everything else like money, housing, entertainment, education, etc., is secondary to health. One thing which we love to see in our healthcare facilities is whole families coming to the facility together. There are still some people who only … Continue reading “Start Going to the Doctor as a Family”

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What to Look for in a Doctor

March 11, 2016

Finding the right physician for both you and your family is an art in itself. Most of the people aren’t sure as to how they should look for a doctor. Traditionally, doctors have always been found through word of mouth. However, the advent of internet is beginning to shape things differently, and resultantly, finding the … Continue reading “What to Look for in a Doctor”

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How to Find Comprehensive Healthcare Under One Roof

March 5, 2016

For each and every health issue, you can’t possibly go see a specialist. You require seeing a doctor who can look after your common health issues and then refer you to any specialist. Family care doctors are precisely the ones who do this. They offer healthcare for your whole family, be it normal adults, young … Continue reading “How to Find Comprehensive Healthcare Under One Roof”

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What Should Your Health Priorities Be?

February 16, 2016

The question of health priorities is an extremely important one, and a question that should effectively be both asked and answered by the individuals themselves as to what their own health priorities are. There is a tendency with all matters regarding health to refer to other people or so-called experts either at a governmental or … Continue reading “What Should Your Health Priorities Be?”

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5 Healthy Eating Habits For Weight Loss

February 6, 2016

If you begin with the following healthy eating tips, it goes without saying that you’ll leapfrog right to the front, without having to struggle with common issues that generally stump people who are new to healthy eating. Research Healthy Snacks and Meals On the off chance that you’ve been dining out at eateries and fast … Continue reading “5 Healthy Eating Habits For Weight Loss”

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