Ask any expectant mother how they imagined their pregnancy and delivery would be and you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone who dreamt up the scenario many mothers are facing right now ahead of giving birth
Sometimes newborns need a little additional care right from the start. For babies born prematurely, a stay in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) may be necessary to help them grow and thrive. At Texas
The transition to parenthood can bring with it a mixed bag of emotions. Everything from joy to anxiety can crop up in preparation for and with a growing baby bump. Prenatal counseling provides a safe space
When it comes to being a first-time parent, you don’t know what you don’t know. But discovery is half the fun, right? Plus, it’s something every new dad has in common. Just remember, everyone is
You want your newborn to sleep well and be safe while doing so, but the many guidelines surrounding baby’s safe sleep can get a little overwhelming for a new parent. Where should baby sleep? What
If you’ve got a sore throat, runny nose, head and body aches, or are coughing and sneezing, you may be suffering from allergies, the flu, or a nasty cold. None of which are much fun,
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.
Just when it seemed like everything was going wrong in Lindsey Williamson’s pregnancy, there came a silver lining: the birth of her beautiful daughter. Although baby Audrey’s birth wasn’t without complications, the Williamsons came to
Maranda Pisarik’s first preterm delivery happened at just 19.3 gestational weeks. Unfortunately, her young daughter didn’t survive. When the 36-year-old got pregnant for a second time, she was determined to take every precaution for a
Labor and Delivery nurse April Mayhan has been around more than just a few pregnant moms during her years in health care. She has a pretty good idea of what the journey to parenthood entails.