Stories and Insights

Five babies in five minutes: A quints story in pictures

Five babies in five minutes: A quints story in pictures

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Photos and a behind-the-scenes look at the planning and protocol involved in delivering quintuplets via C-section.

Stents do work: A closer look at the ORBITA study data

Stents do work: A closer look at the ORBITA study data

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A small study is raising questions about whether stents work for chest pain. Dr. Dharam Kumbhani says they do and explains what the data really mean.

Risks to consider before getting plastic surgery abroad

Risks to consider before getting plastic surgery abroad

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Considering plastic surgery abroad? The health and financial risks might not be worth it. Dr. Kenkel shares the risks and options for safer procedures.

How to be a good friend to someone who’s suffered pregnancy loss

How to be a good friend to someone who’s suffered pregnancy loss

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Pregnancy loss is more common than many people realize, but it can be tough to discuss. Dr. Horsager offers advice for supporting a friend after miscarriage.

How we’re using high-dose radiation therapy to treat kidney cancer

How we’re using high-dose radiation therapy to treat kidney cancer

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Kidney cancer often doesn’t respond well to conventional radiation therapies, but a certain type of high-dose radiation therapy is proving effective.

What are the options for breast reconstruction after cancer?

What are the options for breast reconstruction after cancer?

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Drs. Teotia and Haddock review breast reconstruction options after cancer.

Rush immunotherapy: Faster relief for tough allergy symptoms

Rush immunotherapy: Faster relief for tough allergy symptoms

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Traditional allergy shots can take months to provide relief. Learn how rush immunotherapy can help people with allergies feel better faster.

Four questions to ask a doctor about inpatient rehab

Four questions to ask a doctor about inpatient rehab

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Inpatient rehabilitation can vastly improve recovery after a major injury, illness, or surgical procedure. How to choose the best rehab center for your condition.

Helping you understand scary (but often harmless) pregnancy ultrasound findings

Helping you understand scary (but often harmless) pregnancy ultrasound findings

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Dr. Horsager explains three pregnancy ultrasound findings that seem scary but typically are harmless.

A big step for breast health in Texas: 3-D mammograms now covered by insurance

A big step for breast health in Texas: 3-D mammograms now covered by insurance

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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.