Stories and Insights
Measles is the most contagious infectious disease we know of. Childhood vaccination is the best protection against it.
Patients are sometimes fearful of taking statins to treat high cholesterol. Dr. Joseph Hill explains how the benefits dramatically outweigh the risks.
Doctors can use special testing to screen for and detect Down syndrome in a baby before he or she is born. Dr. Robyn Horsager explains the research that led to this advancement.
Following the Mediterranean diet is heart-healthy. But what does that mean? A dietitian from UT Southwestern Medical Center explains.
It was my pleasure to answer your questions about women’s heart health during the social media live chat on Feb. 18, 2015, as part of UT Southwestern’s Heart Month activities.
Some moms choose to use a breast pump right away to provide breast milk to their baby.
The mysterious condition is real and on the rise in the Dallas area.
Obstetricians are usually open to elective induction of labor after 39 weeks, and repeat cesarean sections are routinely scheduled at that time.
What a woman experiences during pregnancy can give doctors a glimpse into the future.
A UT Southwestern physician will answer questions about women’s heart health, heart attacks, and chest pain during an upcoming live chat.