The American Heart Association considers blood pressure numbers of less than 120/80 mm Hg to be within the normal range. A blood pressure reading above 140/90 mm Hg in pregnancy indicates high blood pressure, or
Texas Health is proud to be an American Heart Association Healthy for Good™ sponsor, providing heart health and wellness tools and tips to inspire you to create lasting change in your health and your life.
Many families head outdoors during summer, whether it’s to one of Texas’ many state parks, local parks and hiking trails, or just to the backyard. Even though you won’t always be able to see (or
Plano resident Steven Horne, 71, an avid golfer, felt himself limping along, trying to make do with a knee that continued to give him trouble. “When you can’t walk to your golf ball, it’s disheartening,”
A primary care practitioner is often the first point of contact for a patient’s health care needs. When it comes to your health, primary care is key. Not only does having an established relationship with
Fewer Americans are seeking health care from primary care physicians (PCPs), with nearly a third of all men and close to one in five women reporting that they don’t have a relationship with a primary
Regular health screenings can be potentially lifesaving. Learn more about screenings based on your risk factors and family history.
When it comes to Alzheimer's and dementia, there is a lot of misinformation out there. Put your knowledge to the test.
There are a lot of myths when it comes to protecting our skin, some harmless and some that can actually do harm. Think you know all that there is to know about the skin you’re in? Test your knowledge to find out!
As North Texans continue to receive their COVID vaccines, this year’s Father’s Day may look different for you and your family than last year’s. But if you’re still waiting to receive a vaccine and/or are