The latest travel advisory issued March 19 by the U.S. State Department restricts all American citizens from traveling abroad due to the coronavirus (COVID-19). It’s a measure put in place to help control the spread
With most schools closed indefinitely and new government guidelines changing up our normal routines and limiting how we interact with each other, society as a whole is coming to terms with some unusual new realities.
Every October we celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness month, a chance to celebrate survivors, mourn loved ones, encourage those who are still fighting and raise overall awareness of the disease. While it is well known that
To be 96 years young is no small feat. To be 96 years young and still be mobile and alert is amazing. World War II veteran Elmer Johnson’s daughter-in-law attributes his longevity in good part
Partnering with you for a lifetime of health and well-being ™ As 2018 draws to a close, the Texas Health communications team has taken a look back at our favorite stories from the last 12 months.
It’s a common saying that you can pick your friends but you can’t pick your family. To take things one step further, you definitely can’t do much about the family medical history you inherit from
Breastfeeding advocates claim that breast is best, but for some new moms, things aren’t quite that simple. Using a breast pump to express milk is a part of the newborn feeding equation women may not
Humans rely on all five senses to evaluate and experience the world every day, rarely stopping to consider what life would be like without them. Most of us take for granted our ability to see
Modern medicine in general is amazing, and the strides made in helping families dealing with infertility are among those amazing advances. “Twenty-plus years ago the success rates were in the single digits,” said Dr. Alfred
Sibling rivalry dates back as far as Cain and Abel — but learning how to prevent sibling spats, knowing what to do when fights break out and stopping sibling abuse can bring peace into your