Jan 20
How to lower your A1C

Reviewed for medical accuracy by Magdalena Chavez, PA-C. Diabetes is a common disease that affects approximately one out of every ten Americans.  And prediabetes, a state of higher risk of getting diabetes or cardiovascular disease, is present in almost one…Read More

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Posted in: Diabetes
Jan 14
Coronavirus Updates

COVID-19 Vaccine Update We currently do not have any vaccine doses left. We are currently awaiting our next shipment of vaccine doses. If you have a vaccine appointment scheduled for next week, it will be rescheduled for when we get…Read More

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Posted in: Covid-19
Dec 11
Mesothelioma and Asbestos: What You Need to Know

Mesothelioma is one of the only types of cancer that is non-genetic and completely preventable. People develop mesothelioma through contact with asbestos. The risk of mesothelioma and asbestos exposure affects many people, from people in trade industry jobs to homeowners…Read More

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Posted in: Cancer, Uncategorized
Sep 29
Schedule Your Next Appointment Online!

Healthcare Associates of Texas is excited to offer online appointment scheduling! Our new online scheduling system is available at all hours of the day or night for select clinics and providers. Whether it is late in the evening or early…Read More

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Posted in: HCAT News
Aug 31
Introducing our New Providers!

We are excited to announce that we have welcomed two new providers to our clinics in the past four months! Our new providers join us with a wealth of diverse healthcare experiences and passion for patient care. Alma Pederson, FNP…Read More

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Posted in: HCAT News
Apr 02
15 Simple Ways to Reduce Stress & Anxiety

We understand. The news is scary. The stores are empty. There is no toilet paper. People are panicking. In times of uncertainty, it is easy to get overcome with stress.

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Posted in: Mental Health
Mar 12
Combating Allergies In TX

While there’s a lot to love about Texas, it can be a troublesome area for a lot of people that regularly deal with allergies. The main culprit here, ironically enough, is that mild climate that a lot of people have come to appreciate over the years. Learn more about the allergies that affect Texans most.

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Posted in: Allergies
Feb 25
Healthy Heart Habits

We’re about a month or so into our New Year’s resolutions, and with any luck, you’re starting to make some significant progress. However, something that’s equally important is making sure that we’re here to celebrate/try plenty more of them in the future. A major element in the overall road to longevity is heart health.

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Jan 08
5 Tips for Sticking to a Weight Loss Plan in 2020

Around this time of year, searches for diet tips online spike, and gyms often fill up with people trying to get into new workout routines. The majority of Americans are either overweight or obese, so these are steps well worth taking. However, how can you ensure that you hold onto your weight loss plan, rather than stopping progress shortly after you begin?

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Posted in: Weight Loss
Dec 20
At-Home Treatments For The Flu

Heading into the 2020 flu season, it’s essential to be prepared for what lies ahead. Statistically speaking, between 5% and 20% of people in the U.S get the flu each year, with around 200,000 hospitalizations stemming from the disease. Learn more about how to prevent the flu in 2020.

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Posted in: Flu Treatment