September 2016 – Out & About in the Heart Memorial

Camp Longhorn buddies Sarah Kate James, Allie Guerino, Kennedy Dupree, Claire Gammill, Caroline Burke and  Dylan Milam met before camp to get their nails painted and hair...

Zika 101

Expert: Dr. Stan Spinner is the Texas Children’s Pediatrics and Texas Children’s Urgent Care Chief Medical Officer and has been practicing pediatrics in Houston for 30 years. With all of the coverage in the news about the Zika virus lately, it is understandable that parents have questions. Here are the...

Snake Bites

Expert: Dr. Spencer Greene is a consulting medical toxicologist at Texas Children’s Hospital and the only board certified medical toxicologist  in Houston. It is said that everything is bigger in Texas. That is certainly true when it comes to snake diversity. Among the varied snake species are a number...

Whooping Cough

Expert: Dr. Michael Bishop, pediatrician at Texas Children’s Pediatrics Grand Parkway in Sugar Land, answers some of the most common questions about pet allergies. Whooping cough, along with other viruses such as respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and influenza, are among the many causes of respiratory...

Pet Allergies

Expert: Dr. Kristy Murray, associate professor of pediatric tropical medicine at Texas Children’s Hospital, along with Dr. Richard Selkowitz, a practicing veterinarian in New York, answer some of the most common questions about pet allergies. Who doesn’t love adorable little pups and their sweet little...

Allergy and Immunology

Expert: Dr. Maria Buheis, pediatric allergy and immunology physician at Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus, answers some of the most common questions about childhood allergies. Q: What are the most common types of allergies that affect children? The two broadest categories of childhood allergies are...

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