Stories and Insights

Should my baby boy get circumcised?

Should my baby boy get circumcised?

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Urologist Craig Peters, M.D., answers FAQs about circumcision to help new parents of baby boys decide what’s best for their sons.

Walking a fine line: How managing blood clots might change heart attack prevention

Walking a fine line: How managing blood clots might change heart attack prevention

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Data from a new drug trial focused on reducing blood clots might allow more personalized options to prevent heart attacks in high-risk patients.

Can I breastfeed during pregnancy?

Can I breastfeed during pregnancy?

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Tips for successfully breastfeeding during pregnancy and what women should discuss with their doctors in the first trimester.

How to protect your baby from herpes infection

How to protect your baby from herpes infection

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Strains of the herpes simplex virus are common in adults in the U.S., but herpes is devastating and often fatal to infected infants.

Antibiotics and the breakdown in the patient-doctor relationship

Antibiotics and the breakdown in the patient-doctor relationship

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Fear of superbugs has patients and doctors worried about antibiotics. But Dr. Ventimiglia says the issue begins with patient-doctor communication.

10 North Texas moms share advice for new parents

10 North Texas moms share advice for new parents

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Having your first baby? Ten experienced moms share their words of wisdom with North Texas parents-to-be.

I screen, you screen, we all screen for sunscreen

I screen, you screen, we all screen for sunscreen

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The benefits of wearing sunscreen outdoors are numerous, especially during the summer.

Lingering abdominal bulge after baby? It could be diastasis recti

Lingering abdominal bulge after baby? It could be diastasis recti

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Abdominal bulge after pregnancy can be a sign of diastasis recti, a muscle injury. Why to seek care, and how physical therapy can help.

Womb with a view: Sensory development in utero

Womb with a view: Sensory development in utero

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Before they are born, babies can already hear, see, touch, and taste.

Four people who should see a preventive cardiologist

Four people who should see a preventive cardiologist

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Dr. Amit Khera discusses how people in these four categories can benefit most from preventive cardiology to lower cholesterol and reduce their risk of heart disease.