Staying physically active is one of the best things you can do for your overall health, but that doesn’t mean you have to compete in a basketball league or run 10 miles every day. The best activity to choose is one that you enjoy doing, so you’ll look forward to every game or workout. Golf might not be the first sport that springs to mind when someone talks about getting fit, but UT Health East Texas Physicians Podiatrist, Dr. David Andreone, is a firm believer in the benefits of scheduling tee...Read More »
As school approaches, immunizations are on every parent’s mind. Keeping up with all the requirements and worrying about the possible fears of your children can be stressful, but there are several ways to take the worry out of an immunization visit. The first step to feeling at ease is to gather good information.
Each year the Center for Disease Control (CDC) puts out an updated vaccination schedule. This list shows the vaccine along with how many doses are required for children 18 years and...Read More »
Breastmilk contains an abundant variety of nutrients that provides everything a baby needs for his/her first six months. In addition to taking care of the baby, a breastfeeding mom needs to keep up with her own health through smart eating habits to ensure both she and the baby are feeling great and getting everything they need!
There is no magic number of carrots to eat that will ensure milk flow, nor is there a secret smoothie that provides the perfect number of vitamins. Instead, a mom’s diet is about making healthy choices, eating in moderation and finding ways to pack nutrients...Read More »