Blog

Locate a clinic

Find a clinic using

zipcode

Follow Five Tips before Diabetes Stop You

November is American Diabetes month and is a time to join hands together to raise awareness against diabetes. Nearly 30 million children and adults in the United States have diabetes and another 86 million are at the risk of developing two types of diabetes. The fact revealed by the American Diabetes Association would raise concern among every health conscious person and It’s important to create awareness about this metabolic disease affecting millions across the world. If you’re facing symptoms like frequent urination, intense thrust and hunger, weight gain, unusual weight loss, fatigue it would be wise to visit a doctor and check out your blood glucose level.

follow five tips before diabetes stop you

Symptoms and Remedies for Winter Allergy Cedar Fever

Many times throughout the year we suffer the scourge of nasty seasonal allergy. Itchy and watery eyes, stuffed up nose, itching ears and sneezing are the common testimony of allergy infection. During winter, especially December-January Cedar fever peaks around. The progenitor of this trouble is mountain cedar trees that are found commonly in northeast Mexico and south central United States. It starts to pollinate during mid December and cast misery upon the population of central Texas. Though it spikes around December, it’s been known to start as early as October and last until March.

Ceder-Fever

It’s Time to Shield Yourself With A Flu Shot

Unfortunately, the flu is on its way and you can’t be sure of the time it starts hitting upon you. But, you can’t wait too, until its nasty effect makes your life unbearable. So it’s time for a walk into your nearest clinic and gets yourself shielded with a flu shot. Before getting the shot you may be having some doubt or misconception about the flu season that have been addressed through this blog post.

Flu-Shot

Is it necessary to take flu shot every year?

Donate Cord Blood: Your Awareness Can Give Life to Others.

The month of July is dedicated by the National Health Information center (NHIC) as Cord blood awareness month. Most of you might be familiar with the Umbilical cord of a baby that is discarded after a baby is born. Along with this the cord blood that remains in the attached umbilical cord of the baby gets wasted. Cord blood contains most precious and life saving stem cells. These stem cells can be extracted and stored for the future use.

Cord Blood Donation

Why the stem cells are so important?

Five Facts You Should Know About Arthritis

five-facts-you-should-know-about-arthritis

Arthritis affects the people of all ages. The common symptoms of arthritis include joint pain, swelling and stiffness that may vary over time. Arthritis makes life painful, causing trouble in physical activities and get worse with age leading to disabilities. Regardless of age or sex arthritis can cripple anyone. Although, nearly 53 million adults and 300,000 children have fallen victim to arthritis in America, most people are little aware about this disease and the type of arthritis they suffer.

Osteoarthritis or degenerate arthritis: