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Menopause: Does It Ever End?

A new study out of Wake Forest School of Medicine found that hot flashes in menopausal women persist on average for nearly seven and a half years. The research, published … Full Entry »

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Caring For The Mata Twins: A Nurse’s Perspective

I distinctly remember my first day taking care of “the twins.” I had just come back from 10 days off of work and was still on a vacation high. I … Full Entry »

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Nearly 30 Years At Texas Children’s Hospital: Memories And A Goodbye To A Very Special Friendship

I arrived at Texas Children’s Hospital from Ohio as a newly minted fellow in neonatology in the summer of 1985. At the time, Texas Children’s was one building, now called “Abercrombie”, and … Full Entry »

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2015 Monthly News Round-Up: Top Stories From February

From the Houston Texans surprising our patients to the Mata twins going through a historical separation surgery, February was a month full of successful news and updates to share with our … Full Entry »

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If You Smoke, Your Baby Smokes Too

One of the most important things that you can do for the health of your baby is to not smoke and to not let yourself or your baby be around smoke. … Full Entry »

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