The neonatal intensive care unit is one of those places parents hope they never need, but are glad to know is available if they do. Because emotions run high when becoming a parent, it’s hard to prepare for having a child who needs NICU care, but knowing what to expect might help ease some fears. … Continue reading Neonatal Intensive Care: What to Expect
When you think of asthma, do you picture a nerdy kid taking a break from gym class to use his inhaler? That’s how the movies portray it. But in reality, asthma affects the young and the old, and it strikes indoors and out. And many times, asthma is triggered by allergens—not always exercise or activity. … Continue reading Allergies and Asthma: What’s Got You Wheezing?
Everyone knows that misunderstandings can cause trouble. But miscommunication in a health care setting can lead to serious risks. That’s why researchers at Baylor Health Care System are joining forces with University of Texas as Arlington and the University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) to study how physicians and nurses can use video game-like simulators to improve … Continue reading How Video Game Technologies Are Improving Patient Care