Texas Health is proud to be the North Texas Go Red for Women Cause sponsor, joining the American Heart Association in the nationwide movement dedicated to raising awareness, improving health and ending heart disease as
There are many reasons why you may want to discontinue the use of your birth control. Maybe you’d like to start or expand your family; maybe you suspect your birth control might be contributing to
Pelvic organ prolapse is a type of pelvic floor disorder that affects around 3% of women in the U.S. Due to the sensitive nature of the symptoms of pelvic organ prolapse (POP), many women who
If you’re a woman in your childbearing years, you’ve most likely heard the term polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). In fact, it’s common enough that you probably know someone who has PCOS, or maybe you’ve even
While you may have some apprehension about heading into your doctor’s office or imaging center, especially as the delta variant of the coronavirus has caused cases to rise again in North Texas, putting off vital health screenings could be doing more harm than good.
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,