A Brighter Tomorrow for Children with Juvenile Arthritis

An exciting new treatment makes it’s way to young patients—and it’s all thanks to Baylor research. For parents of children with systemic-onset juvenile idiopathic arthritis (sJIA), the normalcy of a worry-free childhood is often traded for years of extensive testing, difficult treatments and long hospitalizations. But a new treatment discovered by Baylor researchers is changing all … Continue reading A Brighter Tomorrow for Children with Juvenile Arthritis

Mammograms Matter: The Numbers Behind Lifesaving Screenings

Each week, a new headline heralds this-or-that study questioning the value of screening mammograms. Should you start screening at age 40 or 50? Every year or every other year? It’s tough to cut through the clutter. “Right now, a lot of women are confused,” says Elizabeth Jekot, M.D., medical director of the Elizabeth Jekot MD … Continue reading Mammograms Matter: The Numbers Behind Lifesaving Screenings