Have a question for our doctors? Drs. He, Banks, and Khan provide answers to some recent questions. (Fall 2015) Add your voice –#CallOutCancer today.
It’s hard to get back to healthy-eating habits after a weekend of football snacks. These five tips can help families stay on track without sacrificing flavor.
Children born with congenital heart defects are rarely “cured” through surgery. Dr. Brickner explains how patients can receive the best care through adulthood.
High blood pressure can affect anyone, regardless of age. Now is the time to protect your heart with simple lifestyle changes and advice from your physician.
A landmark trial focused on lowering high-risk patients’ blood pressure was ended abruptly – with good reason! Dr. Hill explains.
Chemotherapy and radiation are effective breast cancer treatments. But rarely, these treatments can affect the function of the heart. Add your voice – #calloutcancer today.
The flu and common cold make us feel crummy. But certain foods can help ease cold and flu symptoms. Our dietitian explains how diet affects the immune system.
More than 1 million adults in America have a congenital heart defect. A UT Southwestern doctor explains what they need to know before they become parents.
In rare cases, some cancer treatments can lead to heart problems. Dr. Banks explains what researchers have learned.
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