We are well into the Dog Days of Summer (the hottest part of the year, July and August, named because the Dog Star rises at the same time as the sun) and the heat is going to continue to get worse before it gets better. Keeping your health and safety in check should be the…

By, Amanda Wright   Texans do everything BIG and cookouts are no exception, filled with BBQ, hamburgers, creamy potato salad, adult beverages and desserts galore.  (My mouth is water just thinking about it!) Traditional recipes for these staples can wreak havoc on your diet and waistline, undoing weeks of hard work in one day. But…

Tips for helping nighttime heartburn 80% of individuals who experience regular heartburn also experience the discomfort of nighttime heartburn. There are several preventative measures ease the nighttime discomfort that often interrupts sleep. If you have experienced heartburn symptoms and have tried these tips and have used heartburn medication regularly, please consult our doctors at Ultimate…

June is Men’s Health Awareness Month—and a great time of the year for you to double check some of the key areas of health that you may have a tendency to overlook. If you find that you’ve missed a check-up, schedule a visit with your doctor for your annual exam. Find that you’re running a…

A new study is underway by Hospital for Special Surgery (HHS) researchers regarding weight loss and knee replacement surgery. Researchers are looking to see if weight loss surgery prior to knee replacements could improve outcomes—or eliminate the need for replacement all together—for patients. Patients are often encouraged to lose weight prior to knee replacements. The…

We’re not sure if you’ve noticed… But, the weather has been a fickle thing lately. It dropped over 40 degrees last week and this week it’s supposed to be in the 80s again. Hot and cold, wet and dry, and throw in allergy season for good (bad) measure and it can seem impossible to stay…

It’s a lot easier to eat more fruits and vegetables if you have access to fresh, seasonal produce. Nothing beats a just-picked Farmer’s Market peach or tomato. The following tips will help you make the best choice when you’re out shopping for fruits and veggies. Use all your senses. Avoid bruised fruits, check for bright…

March is National Nutrition Month and this month we wanted to share some great resources, tips, and nutritional advice from EatRight.org, the website run by The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.  “The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is the world’s largest organization of food and nutrition professionals founded in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1917, by a…

“Adolescents with severe obesity who had bariatric surgery showed significant improvements in cardiovascular disease risk factors, according to the most recent “Teen Longitudinal Assessment of Bariatric Surgery” (Teen-LABS) study, published by Pediatrics.” According to the report, one-third of the participants in the study had three or more risk factors that contribute to heart disease. Three years…

It’s almost Valentine’s Day. Valentine’s means chocolate is EVERYWHERE. With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, you may be looking for a gift for a loved one–or yourself–that will inspire you to keep pushing harder and make healthier choices. So, ditch the chocolate, and find the perfect Valentine’s Day gift! Wireless Earbuds. They’re a little on the…

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