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Understanding Spring Allergy Symptoms

Spring has arrived, bringing long sunshine-filled days and plants brimming with pollen, causing many Texans to reach for a box of tissues. According to the Houston Health Department, any tree pollen count over 1,500 is considered extremely heavy. Yesterday’s count in cubic meters of air was 6,990 and today’s is 2,653. In addition to today’s...

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Heart-Healthy Habits for American Heart Month

February is American Heart Month. Because heart disease can affect women and men – regardless of their age – it is critical to protect your heart by eating smart, reducing stress, engaging in physical activity, and scheduling regular checkups with an internal medicine practice. Since we all live busy lives, you can even schedule weekend appointments...

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Tips for Improving Your Health in 2022

While many view January as an optimal time to renew their commitment to following a healthier diet or beginning an exercise routine – after consulting your internal medicine practitioner, setting too big of a goal at the onset of a new year is often incredibly overwhelming, leading to many resolutions being quickly abandoned.  If you are...

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5 Tips for Staying Healthy This Winter

While there is much to love about winter, from the first snowfall to the merriest of seasons, it is not without its challenges. There is even more reason to visit your internal medicine practice when the weather is frightful to prevent health issues. Fortunately, the following best practices can help you protect yourself as the temperature...

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4 Wellness Tips for a Healthy Thanksgiving

As the most festive season of the year fast approaches, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently released new guidelines for safely celebrating the holidays while protecting not only your immediate family’s health, but also that of your extended family and friends. In addition, the CDC highlights the fact that holiday dinners are...

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Tips for a Spooktacular Safe Halloween

According to the National Retail Federation (NRF), Halloween spending will reach an all-time high of $10.14 billion this year, up from $8.05 billion in 2020. The NRF adds that about 65 percent of consumers intend to celebrate the spookiest day of the year by handing out candy, decorating their home, dressing in costume, and carving...

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