Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement

Hormones are very important for the normal functioning of your body and all of your cells.  They are basically proteins that your body synthesizes.  Proteins are either “essential”...


Allergies / Asthma

Do you ever wonder what allergies and asthma have in common besides making you miserable? A lot, as it turns out. Both allergies and asthma affect your...


Prescription Drug Addiction Treatment

In recent times there has been a significant increase in the abuse of prescription drugs, which, has led to prescription drugs becoming the second most...


Dr. Narendra Punjabi, MD

Dr. Narendra Punjabi MD

11615 Angus Rd. Suite 106

Austin, TX 78759 (*Map*)

(Near Hwy 183 & Braker Ln)

Phone: 512-346-8652

Doctor's corner - Dr Punjabi's Blog

  • Learn the Basic Facts about Depression

    June 18, 2011

    We all experience unhappy moments at some or the other point of life. Depression is a mental affliction in which a person experiences mood swings, feelings of hopelessness, insomnia, suicidal thoughts, and can lead to...
  • Know More About Three Different Types of Diabetes

    May 17, 2011

    One of the fastest growing diseases in the world, diabetes is a chronic metabolic disease in which the body either does not produce or does not fully utilize insulin. Due to high sugar levels in...
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Sierra Leone politician in quarantine
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Sierra Leone's vice president has put himself in quarantine following the death from ebola of one of his security guards.Vice-president Sam Sumana voluntarily decided to quarantine himself for 21 days following the death from ebola last Tuesday of one of his ...
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Most Doctors Give In to Requests by Parents to Alter Vaccine Schedules
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A wide majority of pediatricians and family physicians acquiesce to parents who wish to delay vaccinating their children, even though the doctors feel these decisions put children at risk for measles, whooping cough and other ailments, a new survey has found ...
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