The American Association of Pediatrics recently published a research study showing a correlation between increased muscle strength in teenagers and decreased risk for diabetes and heart disease.
Advanced practitioners are an integral part of the medical team that provides care to you at ADC, and includes physician assistants and nurse practitioners.
Dietary fiber (or roughage) is the undigestible portion of plants. Fiber is usually found in the seeds, fruits, roots, stems, flowers and leaves of plants.
Office policy for pre-visit lab testing and medication refill requests the endocrinology department of The Austin Diagnostic Clinic
Pediatrician Dr. Kimberly Albert shares some helpful advice for parents on developing a healthy relationship with food for your child.
Travel plans? Plan ahead to keep from derailing your weight loss. Spring break is here, and with the kids out of school and family trips planned you’ll need a plan to be successful while on vacation. Here are 9 tips for maintaining your weight while traveling or on vacation. Pack snacks or meal replacements. Fresh fruit […]
How loud is too loud? ADC audiologists Janet Davila and Natalie Rooker weigh in on advice for parents.
ADC Health Risk and Weight Management educators share 5 ways to keep your resolutions this Spring.
Dr. Vanessa Chiapetta, a pediatrician with The Austin Diagnostic Clinic, recorded this message for Poison Prevention Month on where and how you can guard against accidental poisonings.
One in ten women will be diagnosed with endometriosis, a disease that can affect young women through middle age. Learn more about this disease.