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October 22, 2012 | Dr. Codi Wiener, OB/GYN

Everyone knows that exercise is good for the body. But what if you’re pregnant? Does this change the constructive nature of exercise to a potentially dangerous activity?

Pregnant woman exercisingWell, that really just depends. There are many factors that go into answering this question, such as how often you exercised before you became pregnant and what kind of exercises your body is accustomed to doing.

October 22, 2012 | 1126

October is national Bullying Prevention month. In an op-ed I recently wrote for the Huffington Post, I discussed the growing prevalence of bullying in America and our seemingly unsuccessful response as a society. Sometimes it seems as though the rhetoric that surrounds bullying has yet to prove helpful to these children.

October 22, 2012 | Diane V. Murrell, MSW, LCSW
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October is national Bullying Prevention month. In an op-ed I recently wrote for the Huffington Post, I discussed the growing prevalence of bullying in America and our seemingly unsuccessful response as a society. Sometimes it seems as though the rhetoric that surrounds bullying has yet to...

October 18, 2012 | Talia Bastas, Mother of Patient

Texas Children's heart surgery patient Zeyd Bastas

October 17, 2012 | Jeremy S. Slone, MD, MPHDr. Jeremy Slone, Pediatric Oncologist

One of the first questions I get after telling someone that I am a pediatric hematologist-oncologist in Botswana is, “Can you give the kids chemotherapy?” The answer is yes, but it is a complicated process. First, the hospital purchases and supplies all medications, including chemotherapy, like hospitals do back in the United States.

Some can be stored at room temperature (as in this box below):

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