Don’t have a babysitter for New Year’s Eve? Don’t worry about it! The Dallas area is full of family-friendly New Year’s Eve events that everyone can enjoy, so go ahead and gather up the kids
When you send your youngest family members outside to play, you could be missing out on a golden opportunity to spend extra time with those you love while setting the groundwork for a lifetime of
During puberty, the transitional phase between childhood and adulthood, children go through rapid physical, emotional and intellectual changes. “Puberty can start as young as age 8, so I recommend parents talk to children about what
During a normal eight hour shift, Margaret Eckert, R.N., patient care facilitator in the telemetry unit at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano, cares for five or six patients. Over the course of a year, she
It’s not uncommon for a quality physician to treat a family for generations. Just ask Amber Heald. Obstetrician/gynecologist Gregory Chapman, M.D., F.A.C.O.G., has had a connection with her family going back to her mother. Dr.
Chanda Brashears was feeling great at 25 weeks into her second pregnancy. So well, in fact, that she was cleared to travel to Amarillo for Christmas with her husband, Brad. The pregnancy was considered high-risk
As a Mom of a tween girl, I can tell you these years can be a challenge. I’m constantly on the lookout for articles and tips from other Moms about how to navigate these tumultuous
The lunch bell rings…what is your child eating to refuel his/her body at lunch? There are a variety of less healthy choices in the lunch room such as fried food and vending machine goodies. However,