Allergies are a common, ongoing ailment for people living in Austin. It’s one of the main reasons Austin Regional Clinic often gets requests from local employers to speak to staff about allergy relief. Here are some allergy-management tips from Dr. Colleen Adkins from her most recent presentation.
As your doctor, his goal is to have you “functional and living life again and enjoying life again,” says Dr. Ross Hairgrove, Sports Medicine physician. Watch his video to learn more about how he walks you through the recovery process at ARC Kyle Plum Creek.
Health tips for couples trying to have a baby from Dr. Bernard Lynch, Ob/Gyn at ARC Medical Park Tower. Listen to the podcast.
Can green tea offer health benefits for people who have type 2 diabetes? In a new article, Everydayhealth.com takes a look at the “nutritional powerhouse” green tea with expert guidance from Winonah Hoffman, RN, with the Population Health program at Austin Regional Clinic.
“Arthritis affects people of all ages, sexes, and races,” says Dr. Darush Rahmani, DO, Rheumatologist at ARC Round Rock, in this recent podcast.
A new study shows that boys lag behind girls for getting vaccinated with the HPV vaccine. What is human papillomavirus (HPV)? And why are vaccination rates among boys so much lower? ARC Pediatrician, Dr. Jennifer Christensen, discussed this topic on KVUE-TV.
Everyone has occasional digestive issues. How do you know if yours are normal? Listen to this podcast with Dr. Lilah Mansour, ARC Gastroenterologist to learn what to watch for and what to do.
Today, March 30, is National Doctors’ Day, a recognition of and thanks to the thousands of physicians nationwide, including over 300 doctors at ARC who take care of your health and the health of your loved ones.
Crystal Berry-Roberts, MD, Ob/Gyn at ARC South OB, joined a panel of community experts at the Black Mothers Summit, held March 27 at Huston-Tillotson University in Austin. The panel discussion highlighted the needs of black women, how racism plays a role in maternal mortality rates, and how institutions can change to be more receptive to the crisis.