Monthly Archives: March 2012

Spring Sports Series: On-The-Go Snacks For Young Athletes

Although it may be difficult sometimes to eat the proper foods, here’s a list of non-perishable snacks that you can make available before or during exercise. Drinks: Liquid supplement (frozen) … Full Entry »

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Texas Children’s Pavilion For Women Officially Opens Inpatient Services

Like a breath of fresh air, the doors are now completely open at Texas Children’s Pavilion for Women. This grand opening marks a new beginning for Texas Children’s Hospital, mothers, … Full Entry »

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Poisoning Prevention Tips

Poisoning is now the leading cause of death from injuries in the United States, as reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics. In … Full Entry »

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How Twin Girls With Truncus Changed My Life As A Nurse

It takes a village… If there is one thing I know for certain in the 20+ years I have been a nurse at Texas Children’s Hospital, it’s that our patients … Full Entry »

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A Doctor’s Ordinary Labor Can Provide Extraordinary Mercy

The successes in pediatric oncology over the last 4 decades have been among the marvels of modern medicine. Across the board, we are now able to cure approximately 75% of … Full Entry »

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