Medical Blog Austin, TXADC's medical blog is an educational resource which gives you the opportunity to learn more about a health condition, topic or procedure performed by our doctors and providers. We feel it is important to feature our own doctors and medical experts so that you know the information you receive is from the people you entrust with your health. These health articles and information written by and/or reviewed with the input of doctors and providers at ADC. They range from information about allergy season to apps for your phone during pregnancy. You may also visit our newsroom to see our social media and press releases. Entries include:
- individual physician articles or introducations
- healthy tips
- videos about procedures, lectures and what to expect at certain appointments
- interviews and media releases
- conditions that may affect you seasonally
ADC pediatricians believe that immunizations are an essential part of preventative care. Vaccines are a safe and effective way of preventing diseases that can cause life threatening illnesses in infants and children.
Warm weather is fast approaching and that means more outdoor sports and activities. That’s an excellent time to think about eye safety and sports.
ADC Allergy, Asthma and Immunology specialist Dr. Scott Oberhoff advises parents on what to do for seasonal allergies this spring and summer.
What can you expect at your first Travel Clinic appointment? Your initial visit will take about an hour as our nurses collect vital information about your health.
While on vacation learn to enjoy yourself and stick to your healthy eating goals with these tips from ADC’s Health Risk and Weight Management educators.
You’ve heard the claims: “Unlike the sun, indoor tanning will not cause skin cancer or skin aging,” or “Tanning will not lead to harmful side effects.” But is this really true?
The key to good health while abroad is found in pre-travel preparation. Vaccinations are available to prevent many diseases you may encounter outside the United States. But often, time is required after your vaccinations to develop adequate anti-body response before you reach a country with possible contamination.
In this KXAN interview, ADC Travel Clinic nurse, Crystal Cherico, RN discusses how to keep your family safe this summer whether traveling locally or internationally.
We are privileged to work with 130 physicians dedicated to providing our patients the best care possible in the most compassionate way.
For most people, the questions surrounding stress are not whether or not you have it, but how you can manage it. How you decide to respond to stress is the key to reducing it. Here are some ways to take control.