Category Archives: The Woodlands Campus

Running can be fun!

Running can be a fun activity you enjoy with your children. What’s exciting is children are naturally inclined to be active. This means when they think of doing a physical … Full Entry »

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Connect with Texas Children’s!

Texas Children’s is on multiple social media channels. Connect with us to stay up to date with the latest Texas Children’s news and stories.

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When your athlete needs medical follow-up for a concussion

This post was co-authored by Dr. Jorge Gomez and Dr. Kristin Ernest. An athlete who suffers a blow to the head should be evaluated by a physician within 48 hours if … Full Entry »

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2016 monthly news round-up: Top stories from June

In June, we’ve celebrated end of treatment bell ringings, learned how to gradually start working out postpartum, hung out with JJ Watt and learned The Woodlands is becoming a larger … Full Entry »

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A new model of GI care

I began as a physician at Texas Children’s Hospital in 1991 and it’s remarkable to see how pediatric care has evolved since then.

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