BRAZOS LIFE: HEALTH & WELLNESS DIRECTORY 2023 ASSISTED LIVING, INDEPENDENT LIVING, MEMORY CARE, SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITY PARC AT TRADITIONS Parc at Traditions continues to define “the art of hospitality in senior living” for residents of Bryan/College Station, earning favor with countless … [Read more...]
Can You Recognize Signs of Stroke?
Can You Recognize Signs of Stroke? Article Courtesy of StatePoint Media Many people are avoiding in-person doctor’s visits to limit potential exposure to coronavirus -- or are simply ignoring health concerns altogether. However, when it comes to medical emergencies such as stroke, immediate … [Read more...]
Don’t Let These Chronic Conditions Go Unchecked, Especially Now
Don’t Let These Chronic Conditions Go Unchecked, Especially Now Article by | CHI St. Joseph Health - College Station Managing chronic conditions requires regular visits with your doctor. And when something feels off or it’s time for a checkup, delaying care only compromises your health. If … [Read more...]
What You Need to Know About Osteoarthritis: Prevention and Treatment
What You Need to Know About Osteoarthritis: Prevention and Treatment Article by | Danie Fallon PT, DPT, MBA, Director of Therapy Services at the College Station Medical Center Arthritis is a general term that often describes joint pain or joint disease and is one of the contributing factors to a … [Read more...]
A Day in the Shelter with Aggieland Humane Society
A Day in the Shelter Article + Photos Courtesy of | Aggieland Humane Society 7 A.M. – Bright and Early! Breakfast is served for cats and dogs! Staff members and trained volunteers also begin cleaning each and every kennel. Staff members make notes of which pets need vaccines or who … [Read more...]
Routine Medical Screenings: When, Who, Why or Why Not?
with contributions by Dr. Barbara Pierce, MD, of the College Station Family Medicine Center What are some common health screenings men and women should have done routinely? How often? What criteria must patients meet? Can these screenings be done through a Primary Care Provider (PCP)? "There is … [Read more...]