With coronavirus disease (COVID-19) dominating our daily lives, it’s hard for parents to know what to do and how the virus will impact their children. Get answers to frequently asked questions about COVID-19 and how to protect your children.
By making reductions in opioid prescriptions and usage, Methodist is changing patient care for the better and potentially saving lives.
With more than 50 providers at three hospitals, Methodist's hospitalist program is a modern approach to medicine that's making a difference for patients.
What does social distancing mean, and how will canceling concerts and not going out to eat help save lives? Here are answers to some of your frequently asked questions.
A certain level of anxiety over something as serious as coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is normal, but our anxious minds can easily go into panic mode. Read how you can reduce your anxiety through self-care.
Despite differences between loneliness and social isolation, both can have devastating effects on your mental and physical health. Read why they're on the rise in our hyperconnected world.
JoAnn Smith graduated from Methodist Hospital's cardiac rehabilitation program four months after learning she had heart failure. Now she's honoring her son’s memory by sharing the importance of exercise and healthy habits.
How to tell if that tightness or sharp, shooting sensation is something you should be concerned about.
For those seeking natural pain relief treatments, dry needling might be the answer. It's a practice with a point.
Methodist Health System utilizes hyperbaric oxygen therapy and other approaches to heal chronic wounds.