Super Bowl evokes special memories for orthopedic surgeon Jan 26, 2017 Dr. Mark Adickes recalls his experience of being on the Washington Redskins at the 1992 Super Bowl.
ER becomes only option for Medicaid and uninsured Jan 13, 2017 A recent study led by Dr. Laura Medford-Davis aimed to demonstrate the barriers in access to follow-up care for uninsured and Medicaid patients.
Baylor physician proposes value-based incentive structure for emergency care Jan 6, 2017 Dr. Laura Medford-Davis examines the varying incentives for physicians and how these need to change in order to advance emergency department care.
Start off New Year with physical exam Jan 5, 2017 Dr. Carmen Robinson recommends getting a physical as a great place to start for those looking to improve their health in the new year.
Baylor Genetics launches PreSeek™ - 1st non-invasive prenatal multi-gene sequencing screen Jan 4, 2017 Baylor Genetics' PreSeek allows patients a more complete picture of the risk of their pregnancy being affected by a genetic disorder.
Baylor approves departmental status for emergency medicine section Jan 4, 2017 Baylor College of Medicine has announced a new Department of Emergency Medicine with Dr. Dick C. Kuo, associate professor of emergency medicine, as the interim chair.
Expert cautions reality television love might not be so real Jan 3, 2017 While millions of people tune in to watch love unfold on reality TV, Dr. James Bray cautions that these relationships may not be as real as they seem.
New, smaller artificial heart implanted at Baylor St. Luke’s Dec 22, 2016 Doctors at CHI St. Luke’s Health–Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center have successfully implanted a new, smaller version of the SynCardia Total Artificial Heart for patient suffering from biventricular end-stage heart failure.
For children with autism, the holidays take planning and communication Dec 15, 2016 Keys to success during the holiday season for families of children with autism spectrum disorder are advance communication and planning.
Adult children should pay closer attention to elderly parents during holiday visits Dec 14, 2016 The holidays are a practical time to check on mom and dad’s health and perhaps schedule much needed doctor appointments, according to Dr. Robert Roush, professor of medicine-geriatrics.