Raising children is a joyous journey unlike any other. Watching my six-month-old learn about the world around him is amazing to me. You can see his eyes light up with fascination as he intently studies his fingers as if seeing them for the first time. You can see the joy on his face when he … Continue reading Peace of mind on this joyous journey
By participating in a clinical trial you play an active role in your own health care. You will have access to the latest treatments before they are widely available and most importantly, you’ll help with the advancement of drug development for diseases that affect many people. It is important to understand the risks and benefits … Continue reading Why participate in a clinical trial?
Most of us have experienced that burning sensation in our chests at one time or another. You eat a big, spicy meal and chalk it up to heartburn and turn to some over the counter remedies to take care of it. But what happens when it’s more than that? Could you tell the difference between … Continue reading Heart attack or heartburn?
Going to the doctor can be an unnerving and intimidating experience for children. Scott & White volunteers are doing their part to make the visit as enjoyable as possible. “When a child visits our hospital or one of our clinics for treatment, we want to provide them with as much comfort and joy as possible … Continue reading Scott & White Children’s BookWell program promotes literacy in children
Written by Jenny Kidd, RD, LD with Julie Couchman The holiday season is just around the corner, and many of us will struggle with unwanted weight gain. As we get into the season, we are faced with countless opportunities to indulge in our favorite treats. We load up our plate with a little of everything … Continue reading Curbing unwanted holiday weight gain
Cyclists from age 14 to 78 are all joining in to exercise, have fun and help their local area as a part of the Scott & White Community Cycling Club. “We wanted to create a group that would promote fitness,” said Robert Reeve, M.D., Director of the division of Sports Medicine, and the club’s president. … Continue reading Cyclists of all ages help to improve their health and community
Snoring, restless legs, tossing, turning, hot, cold. Does this sound like a typical night’s sleep for you? If so, you are among millions of others who don’t get their required eight hours of sleep each night. As a society, we seem busier, life is more hectic and sleep doesn’t seem to be as much of … Continue reading Is a Good Night’s Rest Too Much to Ask For?
Jacqueline Phillips-Sabol, Ph.D., ABPP-CN, exposes some misconceptions about Alzheimer’s and offers a look inside the nerve degenerative disorder to help families better understand what their loved ones are going through. She also discusses the risk factors and symptoms of Alzheimer’s, and the possible treatment options available to those diagnosed with the disorder. Although there is … Continue reading Dr. Phillips-Sabol brings awareness to Alzheimer’s
If you ask the average person what they think an epileptic seizure looks like, most will describe a type of violent, uncontrollable convulsion. While some seizures do involve convulsions, a seizure is not always the same thing as a convulsion. Sometimes, an epileptic seizure may just be “blanking out,” or staring intensely for several seconds … Continue reading National epilepsy awareness month
On Thursday, November 5, 10 victims of the Ft. Hood tragedy were transported to Scott & White Hospital in Temple, TX. In the hours that followed, the hospital was flooded with volunteers ready to donate blood or do whatever they could to help. We would like to thank the hundreds of volunteers who have waited … Continue reading Community responds to Fort Hood tragedy