September is National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, but how much do you know about the disease? In 2021, it’s estimated that over 1,700 Texas women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer, according to the American
It’s not uncommon to hear stories of a family stricken by the common cold, the flu or any kind of “bug”, and while Mom gets it and still continues to care for her sick kids,
Four times as many women have MS as men, according to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. But why? Dr. Stephen Hurlbut explains.
Texas Health is proud to be an American Heart Association Healthy for Good™ sponsor, providing heart health and wellness tools and tips to inspire you to create lasting change in your health and your life.
According to data compiled by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a significant portion of Texas women are not screened for cervical cancer. While most women do undergo cervical cancer screenings as recommended,
There is no perfect way to be pregnant. You may cry, without warning. You may laugh, uncontrollably. You may get irritable, even with the people you love. If you are expecting, or are supporting a
Morning sickness may have been the first indicator for you that you might be pregnant. Maybe it hit you shortly after finding out you were pregnant. Or maybe you’re one of the lucky ones and
Preeclampsia may be one of the most well-known complications when it comes to pregnancy. That being said, it’s thankfully quite rare — impacting only about 5 to 8 percent of all pregnancies. But what exactly
There are many health benefits to visiting with a doctor at least once a year. A doctor’s visit is your opportunity to get important health screenings done and talk about any health concerns you may
First things first, congratulations on your pregnancy! From here on out, you’ll forever be thinking of how you can best take care of that little bundle of a joy — even when they’re grown up