Category Archives: Neonatology

Why Is Cord Blood So Important?

My patients and their families mean the world to me and I want to make sure they have the best treatment possible. Saving cord blood is something every expectant family … Full Entry »

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Why I Chose To Use Donor Milk From Texas Children’s Mothers’ Milk Bank

When you find yourself and your baby in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit like I did, it can be a very scary time. As a parent, you often feel helpless and aren’t … Full Entry »

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Midwife Services at Texas Children’s Pavilion for Women

Becoming a midwife was part calling and part admiration for the midwives I witnessed growing up in England. I knew I wanted to assist women with health decisions and especially … Full Entry »

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Olivia’s NICU Story: You Don’t Pick Your Child’s Path, You Only Pick How You Respond to It

My wife, Leslie, had a very typical pregnancy through the first 36 weeks.  We were expecting our first child, a daughter to be named Olivia, and dreaming of all the … Full Entry »

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Top Five Pediatric Health Blogs From 2013

Happy new year! To mark the end of the year, we’re sharing our five most popular blog posts from 2013. We’re always proud to share the good work that’s being … Full Entry »

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