4 Back-to-School Hacks That Will Definitely Probably Work

You’re sweating and tired, and the moving car is full of softly rustling retail bags. Your kids are tired of trying on shoes, and you’ve had at least one tense discussion about what “looks good.” This can only mean one thing – it’s almost time to go back to school. The sweet relief of a … Continue reading “4 Back-to-School Hacks That Will Definitely Probably Work”

National Breastfeeding Month: Q&A with Dr. White!

 Why breastfeed?    The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends exclusive breastfeeding for your baby’s first 6 months, then continuing as complementary foods are introduced for 1 year or longer.  The health benefits for your baby are numerous, including reducing the risk of hospitalization for lower respiratory tract infections in the first year by 72% for … Continue reading “National Breastfeeding Month: Q&A with Dr. White!”

5 Ailments You’re Wasting Vacation Time On

If you’re like us, you value efficiency, convenience and quality customer care. You probably also really hate having to waste sick days or vacation time sitting in a doctor’s office waiting room. Us too. Here are the top five things Remedy can help you save those precious vacay days on: Annual physical For those of … Continue reading “5 Ailments You’re Wasting Vacation Time On”

8 Things Every New Mom Needs to Know

Expecting your first child? Congratulations! We know this time can be filled with excitement, joy and, sometimes, a little nervousness. Here are a few tips to remember: Breastfeed within the first hour of birth.  Early initiation of breastfeeding encourages skin-to-skin contact between mother and infant and ensures the infant receives the mother’s colostrum. Colostrum is the first … Continue reading “8 Things Every New Mom Needs to Know”

Camping this weekend? Don’t forget these common medical necessities.

Camping is one of the of the most common summer activities for Austinites. At Remedy, we totally support that endeavor—in fact, we encourage it! However, being the medical professionals we are, we want you to be prepared in the event of a minor medical emergency while you are out exploring state parks, national parks or … Continue reading “Camping this weekend? Don’t forget these common medical necessities.”

Preparing for your child’s annual physical

It’s that time of year again!  Whether your child is attending summer camp or gearing up for school sports, you’ll most likely be scheduling an annual physical sometime soon. A preparticipation physical examination (the fancy term for a sports physical) helps determine whether it’s safe for your child to participate in a certain sport or … Continue reading “Preparing for your child’s annual physical”