Sprain vs. Fracture: What’s the difference?


Sprains and fractures are common conditions we see in our office. These are often the result of sporting injuries, but can also result from a misstep while walking as in the case of an ankle sprain. Full Entry »

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Understanding the Use of Music Therapy in Pediatric Healthcare


For the past few weeks I have been playing one particular song on repeat. I mean, every time I get in my car I have to turn it up loud and sing along. I just HAVE to. It is partially the lyrics that resonate with my current situation and partially the groove that fills me from the inside out and transports me, for three-and-a-half minutes, into my own little world complete with dance moves. Full Entry »

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A Bold Response to a Call For Help


As we move about the day, working alongside our colleagues, we might be surprised at the journeys some of them have traveled. Full Entry »

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Ebola One Year Later

It’s been one year since the first patient was treated for Ebola in the United States. Since then, we have learned a lot. Full Entry »

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2015 Monthly News Round-Up: Top Stories From September


In September, Dr. Denton A. Cooley and Texas Children’s surgeon-in-chief and chief of congenital heart surgery Dr. Charles D. Fraser Jr. spoke about the legacy of Texas Children’s Heart Center, we celebrated National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and discussed pregnancy myths. We are excited to share these and other stories that circulated in the news last month! Catch up on the latest from Texas Children’s: Full Entry »

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