Whether it’s an old wives’ tale passed on from generation to generation or a viral rumor taking social media by storm, we’ve all fallen victim to common winter health myths at one point in time.
While 50 may be the new 40 (and 40 the new 30), there’s no denying that most middle-aged people don’t look the same as they did in their young adulthood, especially around the waistline. While
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Margaritas. Nachos. Tacos. Enchiladas. All delicious things one might indulge in to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. But are they all that healthy? Is there a way to celebrate without the gut bomb? In a word,
Spring is in the air all around North Texas, ushering in warmer weather, new life in the garden and thoughts of spring cleaning. It’s also the perfect time to consider the state of your overall
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Mystery meat. Weird, greasy, rectangle-shaped pizza. Sloppy Joes of indeterminate provenance. This is the way most adults remember their cafeteria-produced school lunch. And while getting your child ready to go back to school may spark
By Dr. Julio Rivera, bariatric surgeon and physician on the medical staff at Texas Health HEB. Let’s be honest — summertime in the sweltering North Texas heat can be really uncomfortable, especially if you’re feeling
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