When Amy and Bob Buehler were preparing for the arrival of their first child in 2007, they were concerned that age and the size of the baby might present some issues. Amy was 35 at
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. Would you recognize the symptoms of a heart attack? Physicians employed by Texas Health Physicians Group practice independently and
According to the National Cancer Institute, obesity may increase your likelihood of developing certain cancers. But losing those extra pounds may help you reduce your risk. “Every year, we are getting increasing knowledge that indicates
It’s one of life’s greatest mysteries: By the time you pay your bills, you have little left over for savings, groceries and other important items. You rarely shop or indulge in expensive nights on the
[tribulant_slideshow gallery_id=”6″] Chocolate. Potato chips. Ice. Fruit juice. Do you know why you crave the things you do?
When Autumn Tupper was diagnosed with osteoscarcoma, a type of bone cancer, she was scared, but she knew she was in good hands at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas. “I am forever grateful for my experiences
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, so get your preventive health screenings. They could save your life.
Research suggests your smartphone could be slowing down your sperm. But don’t ditch your mobile just yet. Bioscientists at the University of Exeter conducted a systematic review of 10 previous studies. The results of nearly
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