A million thoughts may swirl through a mother’s head in the hours after giving birth, ranging from when she can take her new little one home to when her next meal will be. It’s probably safe to say the last thing she’s thinking about, however, is having another baby.
By Heather Bartos, an obstetrician/gynecologist and physician on the medical staff at Texas Health Denton. That new ache in your lower back. That nagging fatigue. A cough that won’t go away. You aren’t sure it’s anything,
“Mom, we don’t want a baby brother or sister!” That’s the refrain you’ve been hearing from your 4-year-old son and 6-year-old daughter since you broke the news that you’re expecting. What’s behind their negative reactions?
Leaving your child unattended in a car is always dangerous, especially on hot, sunny summer days. When you’re toting around a little one and running errands, it may be tempting to dash into the grocery
As the different COVID-19 vaccines become available to more people in North Texas, you may be eager for your turn. But if you’re pregnant or currently breastfeeding, you may feel unsure. For most people, getting
When is the right time to have joint replacement surgery? The answer isn’t as cut and dried as you might think.
Newborn babies who need intensive or specialized medical attention are often admitted to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit until they’re healthy enough to go home, but research has found that even after a baby comes
High blood pressure is known as the “silent killer” because it rarely exhibits any outward symptoms and often isn’t even discovered until a person has a heart attack or stroke. If we can’t tell we
Other than morning sickness, Jessica didn't have a complicated pregnancy. But When she was involved in a car accident at 26 gestational weeks, the status of Jessica’s pregnancy quickly changed.
While we are all looking forward to getting back to "normal" after the pandemic, what will "normal" look like post-pandemic and how soon can we truly get back?