Trapped in the engine room of her father’s capsized shrimp boat for more than four hours while struggling to stay alive with her father’s lifeless body somewhere beneath the murky waters of Galveston Bay, 19-year-old Sabrina Galloway has good reason to hate her father’s boat, hate shrimping, hate Galveston Bay and hate a passion that has been a part of her life since a little girl.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have developed a new analysis supporting and encouraging pregnant and nursing moms to eat in a manner consistent with the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommendation to add seafood to their diet.
A new preventive cardiology center designed to medically manage the risk factors of acquired heart disease in children has opened in Houston. The center offers multidisciplinary, specialized care for children with these risk factors or who have a strong family history of cardiac disease.
Patients, friends and their loved ones walk side-by-side with their physicians, specialists and healthcare professionals to provide support and get answers on how Texans can improve their health and live happier lives.
Nora’s Home is the first ever long-term facility offering extended stay and support programs for organ transplant patients. It is an affordable housing alternative for transplant patients, as well as their families.
A San Antonio physician has been named new president of the board for the Large Urology Group Practice Association, the association representing 121 large urology group practices and 20 percent of the nation’s urologists
Everolimus, a drug commonly used to treat cancers and prevent rejection of transplanted organs, has been found to reduced the occurrence of seizures in patients with a genetic disorder called tuberous sclerosis complex.
For spinal cord injury patients ‘fear’ is a part of everyday life, especially the fear that they may never have the life they once enjoyed. As a quadripertic Daniel Curtis faces that fear daily from his wheelchair.
In the largest in-depth scientific study of its kind on the safety of teen weight-loss surgery, researchers report few short-term complications for adolescents with severe obesity undergoing bariatric surgery.