If you’re trying to watch your waistline, holiday celebrations can be intimidating. By making healthy selections at the buffet table, you can socialize, celebrate the season and enjoy the meal — without packing on the
Twenty three-year-old Rebecca Adams had never heard of a parathyroid adenoma. It was only during lab work for an unrelated medical issue that the condition presented itself. Her lab results showed elevated calcium and parathyroid
According to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a significant portion of Texas women are unscreened for cervical cancer. While most women do undergo cervical cancer screenings as recommended,
As Dana and Tripp Maxwell prepared to welcome their first child into the world, they realized that their knowledge on childbirth and parenting was fairly limited. So the young couple turned to Texas Health Presbyterian
Bright colors in the office. A plentiful supply of blocks and board books. Lollipops at the end of the appointment. While all these features of the pediatrician’s office appealed to your kids when they were
Having trouble recalling someone’s name when you’re out and about or remembering where you put your car keys? As you age, your brain may work slower — here’s how to keep your gray matter in
Many people toying with the idea of adopting a meatless diet believe vegetarianism involves nothing more than skipping the meat entrée during meals. But building a healthy vegetarian diet isn’t so easy. Adults who simply
When the demands of holding down a job, maintaining a home and raising a family take all your time and energy, how can you keep your marriage healthy? The key is for couples to approach issues
Swelling. Fatigue. A broken foot. The flu. Wait! That’s a bit more than Monica Keene had bargained for with her third pregnancy. But she took what she was dealt, and made the best of it.
By late October, Dallas County Health and Human Services announced that two types of the flu — Type A and Type B — had already been reported in Dallas County. If you haven’t yet gotten your
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