Category: Health & Wellness

Flu vs Cold | Come See Us

Cold v. Flu: Which One Do You Have? Ready or not, fall has arrived! Even though the Texas heat won’t be going away for several more weeks, cold and flu season is here. Both the common cold virus and the flu become more common in late fall and peak in…

Read More

Youth and Young Adult Health

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PNEFe6K1laY#action=share[/embed] Lone Star Circle of Care provides youth-friendly health services at our Texas A&M Health Science Center Pediatric clinic. Our fellowship-trained adolescent medicine provider, Dr. Chinwe Efuribe, has specialized training to work with youth and young adults and offers comprehensive, youth-centered, confidential services to support patients aged 11-22 yrs as…

Read More

Happy New Year

New year equals new beginnings. Did you realize 2019 is the last year of the decade? How will you finish the decade? How do you imagine starting the next decade? In life, to reach the next level it often requires repositioning. Many people decide to reposition and place health as…

Read More

Back 2 School

It's that time.......SPORTS PHYSICALS! At Lone Star Circle of Care we are cheering your family on! If you are an established patient and current with your well child check, come and see us for a special Saturday Sports Physical Clinic at one of the participating locations. If you are not…

Read More

Stress and Compassion

written by Kathleen Moore, LPC Stress can get the better of us. People can often experience burn-out, low self-esteem, relationship conflict, financial pressure, and medical problems. Often, it is not the lack of coping skills or relaxation techniques that lead to stress but according to Dr. Brene Brown, a research professor and author:  “We…

Read More

Screen Time For Kids

In today's culture, children are immersed in digital media. Fornite, Minecraft, Facetime, Tik Tok, many school programs issue laptops to middle school and high school students  in lieu of books, elementary students learn power point in 1st grade, college students have access to computers on campus if they don't carry one…

Read More

Stroke Know Your Risk Factors

Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the United States and is a major cause of serious disability for adults. Approximately, 795,000 people in the United States have a stroke each year. 87% of strokes are ischemic strokes in which blood flow to the brain is blocked. Many risks…

Read More