Stories and Insights
As of Sept. 1, 2017, all Texas health insurance plans must cover 3-D mammograms for women 35+. What this means for women’s health.
Episiotomies used to be a routine part of labor and delivery. Why we rarely do them now, and how to potentially avoid the procedure.
Lung diseases can have major negative effects on patients’ quality of life. Learn about when we recommend a lung transplant to treat these conditions.
Common reasons some women simply don’t enjoy being pregnant, why that’s OK, and how to cope.
When tortoise #12 at the Dallas Zoo developed a wound that wouldn’t heal, Dr. Ronald Hoxworth teamed up with caregivers to fix its leg.
Large kidney tumors or those starting to spread can put patients’ lives at risk. Learn about robotic surgery for kidney cancer and when we recommend it.
Moms-to-be shouldn’t have to suffer sleepless nights before their babies are born. Dr. Duryea discusses sleep disorders and how to avoid them.
Learn how a breakthrough treatment trains children’s immune systems to fight back against leukemia.
A 2017 study suggested that flu shots are associated with miscarriage. Why this is wrong, and why pregnant women need to be vaccinated.
Spinal deformities such as adult scoliosis are common but complex. Specialized care is needed, but Dr. Bagley says most people won’t need surgery.