Resources

Other Helpful Sites

The websites below contain useful information on a number of health topics. Clicking these links will take you away from the Y & D Clinic website.

Youens & Duchicela Clinic Patient Portal is our Patient Portal website where you can access your health information if you registered in our office.

Immunization Schedules lists all schedules for when children and adults need appropriate immunizations.

VIS offers vaccination information sheets with all of the necessary information on each vaccine.

WebMD.com supplies a wide array of health related topics.

FamilyDoctor.org is a source of illness and health patient information.

UpToDate For Patients offers a patient level introduction to the diagnosis and treatment of many illnesses.

Monthly Newsletters

Updated monthly, the latest newsletter will be on the top of this list.

Summer Safety

Colorectal Cancer: 2nd Deadliest Cancer

Are You Ready for Your Next Drink?

Understanding Dementia

Exercise: 10 Health Benefits

Chronic Care Management – Why is it Important?

Do You Really Want to Lose Weight?

Balance Exercises

Top 10 Medical New Stories of 2018

Texas Family Physician of the Year

Breast Cancer Awareness for Women & Men

How to Prevent the Flu

Exercise & Health

What Should I Eat?

Brain Health & Aging

High Blood Pressure

Informational Documents

The following documents provide up-to-date information on a number of health topics.

Alcohol Sensibilities

An Osteoporosis Primer

Calories Burned During Common Activities

Colorectal Cancer

Condiment Caution

Demystifying Diabetes

Early Literacy

Eat Smart

Fevers in Children

Food Finance: Making Dollars Count

Healthy Hand Hygiene

Healthy Holiday Eating

Thyme to Celebrate National Herb Week

The Importance of Preventive Checkups

Let’s Move

Living Your Best Life

Managing Migraines

Recommended Preventive Services (Man, Woman, and Child)

Seven Tips for a Healthy Summer

Sleep Tips

Talking to your Teens about STDs

H1N1 Flu and You

The Seasonal Flu and You

Underage Drinking

Walking