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Texas Health magazine A Better Conversation 03/01/2010
Discussing difficult subjects with your physician can feel intimidating. To help ease your stress level, keep these tips in mind.
Texas Health magazine A Better View of You 07/01/2010
Offering the latest imaging technology means patients are able to receive a fast, accurate diagnosis. At Texas Health Burleson, this means offering advanced imaging services — including the acquisition of an open-field magnetic resonance imaging (MRI ) scanner.
Texas Health magazine A Breath of Tranquility 11/01/2012
Stress affects the mind, body and spirit. if you’re overstressed, discover what you can do to find peace of mind. For many of us, stress is part of everyday life.
Texas Health magazine A Cold That Cures 10/01/2011
In Denton’s only electrophysiology lab, certain patients with atrial fibrillation can receive an advanced treatment that utilizes the power of cold: cryoablation. The American Heart Association reports that atrial fibrillation, which causes the two upper chambers of the heart to tremble instead of beat correctly, affects more than 2 million Americans.
Texas Health magazine A Condition That’s Hard to Swallow 07/01/2011
According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), about 1 percent of all adults in the United States suffer from a condition known as Barrett’s esophagus. Frequently associated with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), Barrett’s esophagus is a fairly rare condition that may have serious health consequences.
Texas Health magazine A Diet for Better Breastfeeding 07/01/2010
If you are breastfeeding, the nutrients you take in are the same ones your baby does as well. Follow these eight tips for a better breastfeeding diet for both of you.
Texas Health magazine A Doorway to Lifesaving Care 10/01/2011
With several advances in technology and the availability of specialized cardiac care, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Kaufman is emerging not only as a hospital rooted in community care, but also a destination for a wide breadth of heart and vascular care.
Texas Health magazine A Guide to Going Organic 04/01/2012
Although pesticides can help protect fruits and vegetables from insects and disease, more people are deciding to buy organic produce. Learn when you should splurge on organic and when you can save at the checkout line.
Texas Health magazine A Guiding Light for Breast Cancer Patients 11/01/2008
A new diagnosis of breast cancer can be frightening and confusing. Thanks to the nurse navigator program at Harris Methodist Fort Worth Hospital, breast cancer patients don’t have to fight the battle alone.
Texas Health magazine A Half Hour for Your Heart 10/01/2011
Your heart is there for you every day while you live, work and play. Shouldn’t you take some time out to see how it’s doing? Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Stephenville offers vascular screenings so you and your loved ones can assess your current risk of heart disease and stroke.
Texas Health magazine A Healing Atmosphere  07/01/2011
For some people, wounds won’t heal without specialized care. Discover how hyperbaric oxygen (HBO) therapy can help chronic wounds heal faster.
Texas Health magazine A Heart-Smart Fast Food Fix 10/01/2011
You don’t have to ban restaurants from your life to have a heart-healthy diet. A healthy diet is less about where you eat and more about making the right choices.
Texas Health magazine A Helping Hand 10/01/2010
As the only comprehensive rehabilitation center in the area, Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Stephenville offers the services required for patients across the community to make full recoveries.
Texas Health magazine A Hero Who’s Always on Call 07/01/2011
When Vicki Haley, R.T.R., nuclear medical technologist at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Kaufman, was first learning to conduct and read radiology tests, her instructor told her to care for her patients as if they were family. She has followed that advice ever since.
Texas Health magazine A Leader in Spine Care 07/01/2010
As a leader in orthopedic services, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano is expanding its expertise with a new Scoliosis & Spine Tumor Center to provide specialized care for scoliosis and other conditions of the spine for teens and adults.
Texas Health magazine A Life and Death Situation 04/01/2012
Just after delivering her second child — a daughter named Willow — Whitney Davis, 33, began experiencing pain that radiated down her back and neck. Assuming the pain was related to her epidural and Cesarean section delivery, whitney scheduled the follow-up OB/GYN appointment that would save her life.
Texas Health magazine A Lifesaving Luncheon 10/01/2011
When 50-year-old Sherry Wilkerson attended the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women® luncheon last February, she never imagined that the event would force her to re-evaluate her health.
Texas Health magazine A Minimally Invasive Procedure for Arrhythmias 07/01/2010
According to the American Heart Association, millions of Americans have cardiac arrhythmias, or abnormal electrical impulses that cause irregular or fast heartbeats. Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas offers a variety of treatment options, including a minimally invasive procedure called ablation.
Texas Health magazine A More Inviting Place for New Moms 10/01/2010
As the first facility in North Texas dedicated exclusively to caring for mothers and their babies, the Margot Perot Center at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas enjoys a reputation for excellence built throughout its 25 years of service. Now, the Center’s rooms are being renovated to better complement the level of care patients receive.
Texas Health magazine A New Development in Spine Surgery 10/01/2010
Living with the effects of spinal tumors or deformities can make seemingly simple daily activities unbearable. However, a new surgical advancement is enabling physicians at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano’s Scoliosis & Spine Tumor Center to offer patients even better care.
Texas Health magazine A New Leader  04/01/2009
On March 1, Jeffrey Canose, M.D., became the new president of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano, ushering in an exciting new era in health care for the residents of Plano and the surrounding areas.
Texas Health magazine A New Leap For Cardiac Technology 10/01/2011
When determining if you or a loved one is experiencing a heart attack, you want cardiologists to have the best picture possible. At Texas Health hospitals, physicians have instant access to high-resolution photos in the palms of their hands.
Texas Health magazine A New Lease on Life 07/01/2010
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Denton is a Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence®, designated by the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery. The Bariatric Center of Excellence designation process began with a close collaboration between bariatric surgeons and the hospital, who work through evidence-based protocols for optimal patient outcomes and safety.
Texas Health magazine A New Option for Outpatient Care 10/01/2010
In August, Texas Health opened the doors to its newest outpatient facility in McKinney. Both diagnostic imaging and rehabilitation services are offered at Texas Health Outpatient Center Craig Ranch.
Texas Health magazine A New Option for Surgical Care 07/01/2010
In an effort to provide better coordination of services to Erath County and the surrounding communities, Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Stephenville is excited to offer additional outpatient surgeries at the Texas Health Outpatient Surgery Center Stephenville.
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