Quit Smoking This Year

Overall, cigarette smoking among U.S. adults has declined. Yet, nearly 38 million American adults smoked cigarettes in 2016, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Cigarette smoking remains the leading preventable cause of disease and death...

Recover from the Flu

Our clinics have been quite busy this flu season. We’re seeing lots of patients with the flu and flu-like symptoms. It’s never fun to be sick so Dr. Rai will share tips on how to prevent catching the flu and how to recover from the flu if you get sick. With the...

Hangover Relief

Sometimes ringing in the New Year a little too hard can leave you suffering from a hangover. You may experience symptoms such as fatigue, headache, nausea, shakiness, sensitivity to light or sound, thirst, and/or difficulty concentrating after a night of...

Flu Season is Coming!

Health officials have warned that this could be a particularly rough flu season. Anyone over 6 months of age should be getting an annual flu shot, said Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price.   Flu seasons, which usually start as early as October, range in...

Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts

Our thoughts remain with the communities of South Texas affected by Hurricane Harvey. To assist with relief efforts, CityDoc will be serve as a drop-off location for specific donation items. We will be collecting diapers, hygiene products and non-perishable food items...

Protect Yourself from West Nile

Both Dallas and Tarrant counties recently reported their first West Nile-associated deaths of 2017 and the City of Mansfield recently had its first positive test for West Nile virus. The West Nile virus, transmitted via mosquito bite, causes fever, headaches, muscle...