Author Archives: Megan Horton, editor-in-chief

About Megan Horton, editor-in-chief

I'm the blog content manager for the Texas Children's blog. I have a background in public relations and social media marketing. I was a patient at Texas Children's for most of my life, had a heart transplant at Texas Children's when I was 14 and now I work here! Comments or questions? Email info@texaschildrensblog.org.

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Top 5 pediatric health blogs of 2016

Happy New Year! To mark the end of the year, we’re sharing our five most popular blog posts from 2016. We’re always proud to share new information from our experts, … Full Entry »

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2016 monthly news round-up: Top stories from September

In September we spent time with Houston Texans player Devon Still, celebrated a “miracle recovery” with patient Noah Hansen, learned about a new medication for sickle cell disease and named … Full Entry »

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2016 monthly news round-up: Top stories from July

In July, we did everything from opening the nation’s first Zika clinic, to hanging out with Astros players Jose Altuve and Lance McCullers, to learning how kids can still drown … Full Entry »

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Celebrating 10 years with a new heart

Ten years ago, a family lost their daughter. Ten years ago, a 17-year-old lost her best friend. Ten years ago, friends, family and loved ones had to say goodbye to … Full Entry »

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