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A toy cabinet for Texas Children’s Hospital The Woodlands

Requirement five of the Boy Scout handbook says, “While a Life Scout, plan, develop and give leadership to others in a service project helpful to any religious institution, any school … Full Entry »

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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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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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Playing sports: How to stay healthy

Injuries are an inherent risk for all activities and I’m often asked how to prevent them. The following are a few recommendations that can help you stay healthy when playing … Full Entry »

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