We are proud to have Dr. Jose Cortez selected as one of the 300 top local doctors by…
Dr. Danielle Sweeney saw firsthand the exciting promise of robotic surgery during her surgical training. Learn more about why she brought this treatment option to Central Texas.
Are you getting enough veggies in your diet? How about your kids? Do you eat the dark, leafy or brightly colored ones? Probably not, according to a recent study. Here are some tips for getting more vegetable variety on your family’s plate.
More and more research shows that the amount of sleep you get each night, along with the quality of time spent slumbering, directly impacts your health. In children, this is especially true. Here are guidelines for how much sleep your child needs at each age.
Back to school time often means back to germs and sicknesses, too. Here are some tips to keep kiddos healthy now and throughout the fall…
Salt may not seem like an obvious threat to kids’ health but children love it salty just as much as they like it sweet. Faves like pizza, potato chips, ramen noodles, and mac and cheese are all loaded with sodium. How much sodium is too much in a child’s diet?
Salt lurks and hides in so many foods we eat, especially those adored by kids…like hot dogs, potato chips, and other highly-processed, brightly-packaged snacks. Here are some tips on how to cut out the sodium.
It’s not your typical ‘construction’ project. There will not be dust or demolition. In fact, there won’t be a hammer or nail involved. Rather, we’re working on a big behind-the-scenes undertaking to improve or EMR or Electronic Medical Records system. The project is just being rolled out so we expect a few technical hiccups along the way. Please bear with us as we go through this process that will add great benefits to your healthcare quality and experience.
Amid the joy that comes with having a baby, it can be quite stressful to discover that your baby boy has an abnormality, one in which may need surgery to correct. In the case of hypospadias, you are not alone. Each year about 1 of every 200 boys born in the U.S. are diagnosed with this condition. More on how this common issue is caused, diagnosed and treated.
Testicular cancer is the most common cancer in young men ages 15 to 34. As is true for most cancers, it is important to catch the cancer early. The best way to do that is through regular self-exams. Here is what teenage and young adult men need to know…