Latest Health News

Latest Posts from Texas Health Care

At Texas Health Care we are committed to to keeping your family happy and healthy. Read our latest posts and articles here!

Senior man putting a hearing aid on his ear.

Hearing Aids Help You Hear Better – and May Prevent Dementia

Hearing aids have been in the news a lot the last couple of years.  In late 2022, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a class of hearing aids for adults with mild to moderate hearing loss for sale over the counter.  Then last year, a new groundbreaking study demonstrated a link between the

expired drug packs with date.

Get Rid of Your Expired Medicine – Safely

We all need to take medicine at one time or another for our health – but when that medicine is expired or no longer needed, it can be dangerous.  That’s why it’s important to know the best ways to safely dispose of it.  If you have bottles of old medicine taking up space in your

top doctors 2024.

Top Doctors 2024: 57 Privia Medical Group Physicians Recognized

The 2024 Fort Worth Magazine list of “Top Doctors” is out and once again, Privia Medical Group North Texas (PMGNTX) is well-represented on the prestigious list, with 57 of its providers recognized. PMGNTX providers are recognized in 15 different specialty areas on this year’s list.  The group’s physicians dominate the obstetrics/gynecology category, representing almost half

young girl with pink eye.

Pink Eye: Causes, Treatment and Prevention

Pink eye is a form of inflammation that causes the whites of the eye to become red or pink.  When pink eye – also known as conjunctivitis – is caused by a viral or bacterial infection, it is highly contagious.  The condition may also be caused by allergies or irritants.  Our eyes have a thin

a person holding fentanyl.

Dangerous, Deadly Fentanyl

Fentanyl overdose.  Few words strike more fear in the hearts of parents.  That’s because fentanyl is all over the news and in our social media feeds for all the wrong reasons.  It seems like not a week goes by that we don’t hear of someone – often a teenager – accidentally overdosing on fentanyl.  Sometimes,