• 25 2016 July

    Loss Of Libido And Common Signs Of Aging

    Dr. Roberto Miranda With Miranda MedCenter Treats Loss Of Libido And Common Signs Of Aging This doctor is taking an innovative approach Men want something beyond a pill to help them increase their libido. The...

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    25 2016 July

    Man-To-Man: Your Prostate Health

    Dr. Nathaniel Polnaszek, Urologist at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center shares the facts about your prostate health The single most important factor in fighting prostate disease is an annual screening. By Nathaniel M Polnaszek,...

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    25 2016 July

    Where’s The Beef?

    Lean beef isn’t just ok to eat, it’s actually good for you. Fire up the grill this summer with some lean red meat. By Chef Dyrell Dilorenzo, Baylor Scott & White Health In Austin we...

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    19 2016 July

    Joe Greer Of The Reveva Institute Addresses Men’s Hair Loss

    A firsthand look at innovative treatments that work “With new hair growth, their first impression of me has little to do with my hair and more to do with who I am.” By Jon Black...


Fukumoto: A Healthy Japanese Favorite

November 19, 2015 | 214 Comments

New Austin Hotspot Is Offering A Healthy Japanese Favorite Fukumoto Specializes in Yakitori, a skewered sensation like none other. by nicole carbon, photos by Robert Jacob Lerma Enter the spacious dining room of Fukumoto with...

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Seniors and Falling

November 19, 2015 | 200 Comments

Falling Is One Of The Major Causes Of Injuries For Seniors Ways to make your home less prone to fall-related accidents Monica Saavedra, MPH, MCHES Many people have a friend or relative who has fallen....

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Are Shingles Chickenpox for Seniors?

November 19, 2015 | 205 Comments

Learn who’s at risk, prevention, and treatment for this painful virus by Katherine Voss Sixty-two-year-old, Walter, had piles of work on his desk, his boss had left several messages to call him back, his wife...

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Shots Fired: Jason Villaba and vaccines in Texas

September 17, 2015 | 201 Comments

“I was just thinking of ways to try to prevent outbreaks from happening in the rest of Texas, to be proactive for a change.” By Sam Jackson Photos by Steve Dement One of the most...

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AISD prepares students for a lifetime of wellness

September 17, 2015 | 212 Comments

By Jon Black Austin is a community that places great value on quality of life, including health and wellness. The Austin Independent School District (AISD) understands this and seeks to reflect community values in its...

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Rose Dental

September 17, 2015 | 226 Comments

Children and Their Teeth

September 17, 2015 | 235 Comments

A back-to-school primer By Dr. Kenneth R. Mueller It’s time to send our children back to school, whether for the next round, or for the first time ever. This brings to mind another activity that...

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Dreams for Diamonds

September 17, 2015 | 510 Comments

Kenya Rynea is making wigs for cancer patients in Austin By Giselle Suazo Arriaga Angels walk among us here in Austin and one of them is Kenya Rynea, the founder of Dreams for Diamonds, an...

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The Hidden Health Cost of Teaching: Urology

September 17, 2015 | 186 Comments

Early warning signs and prevention tips to maintain a healthy bladder By Dr. Miranda Hardee When Alexander the Great remarked, “I am indebted to my father for living, but to my teacher for living well,”...

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Courage Transformed: Greg Abbink

July 16, 2015 | 222 Comments

Dealing with the Mental and Physical Effects of Being a Transgender One Austin policer officer shares his brave story of coming out. By Sam Jackson Everybody likes to say that they have something huge in...

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