Strep throat is a contagious disease caused by infection with streptococcal bacteria. How do you know if what your child is suffering from strep or just a run-of-the-mill virus?
Do you ever wonder how doctors determine what cancer treatments are the most effective? Or the risk factors for a cancer? It all starts with a Cancer Registry. Learn how the registrar helps improve prevention and treatment by analyzing cancer data.
No one should have to choose between good health and the other necessities of life. World Health Day is a reminder to all of us to work to bridge the gap to ensure that all people have access to quality health services, where and when they need them. Why does it matter - and what can you do about it?
When a young woman starts her cycle, it’s not always easy. Sometimes, the transition to womanhood can mean very painful periods.
The Breastfeeding Boutique at Methodist Women's Hospital helps provide growing families with the breastfeeding supplies they need to care for their new infants - no matter where they deliver.
Hidden inside your body is a very complex system that helps keep our body’s health in check. When the lymphatic system works, it’s a pretty slick process. When it doesn’t work, that’s when we start to face some big problems pretty quickly.
On March 30, countries throughout the world commemorate the impact doctors make on each of our lives. Read how our patients and staff share the ways in which they encourage and reassure us.
"I can tell when someone is there to do their job and the ones who go the extra mile to show they care. Britney is one of those nurses who care."
Having just returned back to work after maternity leave, Dr. Emily Bendlin knows the mix of emotions that come with having to leave your baby. Because it can be such an emotional and difficult transition, she has a few tips to help get you through.