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How to Differentiate Sinusitis from a Head Cold

May 22, 2019

A head cold’s symptoms are felt mostly around the head and in the sinuses. The symptoms include a stuffed/runny nose, sneezing, and a mild headache. In this regard, a head cold is very similar to a sinus infection. So, how are you sure what you think is a cold is not really sinusitis? Find out … Continue reading “How to Differentiate Sinusitis from a Head Cold”

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5 Things You Need to Know about Anemia

May 18, 2019

Anemia is the prevalent blood disorder in the United States and the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute reports that 3 million Americans suffer from the condition. It is caused by a lack of red blood cells (hemoglobin) in the body and common symptoms include fatigue, fast/irregular heartbeat, dizziness, pale skin, etc. Here are 5 … Continue reading “5 Things You Need to Know about Anemia”

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Tips to Help You Protect Your Heart and Your Kidney

April 17, 2019

If you are suffering from kidney disease, then you are at a higher risk of heart and blood vessel diseases. Likewise, any problem with the heart and blood vessels is likely to affect the kidneys. As a result, it is important to protect your heart, as well as your kidneys. Here are some tips to … Continue reading “Tips to Help You Protect Your Heart and Your Kidney”

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4 Reasons to See a Hypertension Specialist in Houston

October 11, 2017

Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is often referred to as the “silent killer.” An estimated 85 million Americans have elevated blood pressure, putting them at risk of serious health issues. If you have been diagnosed with hypertension, you should be seeking treatment to lower your blood pressure. Here are four reasons to see a hypertension … Continue reading “4 Reasons to See a Hypertension Specialist in Houston”

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4 Steps to Find a Hypertension Specialist in Houston

February 16, 2017

When your heart beats, your blood is pumped through your veins and arteries. When this blood exerts higher than normal pressure against the walls of those veins and arteries, this is called hypertension, or high blood pressure (HBP). This can occur either when the heart is pumping the blood out or when the heart relaxes … Continue reading “4 Steps to Find a Hypertension Specialist in Houston”

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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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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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Tips to Lower Your Cholesterol Levels

November 14, 2015

Did you know over 100 million people in the United States have high cholesterol? High cholesterol can cause clogged arteries, strokes, and heart attacks. People diagnosed with high cholesterol and currently seeking high cholesterol treatments should consider making certain lifestyle changes to lower their cholesterol level. Primary care physicians recommend people to do the following … Continue reading “Tips to Lower Your Cholesterol Levels”

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Learning about Diabetes

October 19, 2015

What Is Diabetes? Diabetes is a disease in which the body’s blood glucose level is above normal, which makes it difficult for the cells to get the glucose, which can result in a number of problems. Different Types of Diabetes There are three basic types of diabetes: Type 1: This is when the pancreas does … Continue reading “Learning about Diabetes”

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A General Insight on Hypertension

October 3, 2015

Cardiovascular Disease and Hypertension Across the globe, there are over 970 million individuals who have increased blood pressure. The stats signify it to be a widespread problem; but, the ratio tends to differ from place to place. According to the stats, there are 330 and 640 million people with hypertension in developed and developing countries … Continue reading “A General Insight on Hypertension”

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How Doctors Develop an Anemia Treatment Plan?

September 29, 2015

One type of anemia treatment plan will not be suitable for every individual who’s anemic, as the reason for their condition can be different than someone else with anemia. The doctors in Spring, TX will develop you a treatment plan by looking at what is causing you to become anemic. Anemia can develop due to … Continue reading “How Doctors Develop an Anemia Treatment Plan?”

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Type 1 Diabetes: Which Insulin Program is Right For You?

July 22, 2015

The insulin program plays one of the most critical roles in the life of a person with Type 1 Diabetes. It influences the way diabetic people live their life. It controls when they need to eat their food, participate in an activity, and go to bed. Therefore, it becomes pertinent for people with Type 1 … Continue reading “Type 1 Diabetes: Which Insulin Program is Right For You?”

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