This time of year losing weight is a top priority for some residents. Dr. Robert Hernandez with Primary Medicine of North Texas is here with a few tips to help you lose the weight and keep it off.
1. Eat Breakfast
3. Behavior Changes
If you have questions contact Dr. Hernandez at (903) 868-0808
2108 Post Oak Dr Sherman. Also visit www.primarymedicineofnorthtexas.com
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