“You’re losing brain cells every minute that you’re having a stroke,” said Pam Stout, MSN, RN, SCRN, Methodist stroke program coordinator. “So, truly, the most important thing is calling 911 and getting to the hospital.”
If you suffer a stroke, receiving the proper treatment and rehabilitation as quickly as possible is absolutely key. Recovery begins immediately following a stroke.
Open-heart surgery is no longer the only option for treating structural heart disease. Here's a brief overview of TAVR – a complex but minimally invasive procedure.
Vaccines have long been key to keeping people healthy, but there’s an important one you may not be familiar with.
Most of the time mosquito and tick bites are just a nuisance, but occasionally these critters transmit serious diseases.
Worried about absorbing certain sunscreen ingredients? You may want to opt for physical sunscreens.
You can still have children following a vasectomy. Here's how:
The parasite can cause an intestinal infection that’s no fun for those who come down with it. Here's what you need to know.
At the Methodist Geriatric Assessment Clinic, we’re committed to finding solutions that meet each patient’s unique situation.
Here's what you need to know about West Nile virus.