Tag Archives: Pavilion For Women

Baby Friendly Hospital Designation: What does it mean for Texas Children’s Pavilion for Women?

This post was co-authored by Nancy Hurst, director of Women’s Support Services and Lynda Tyer-Viola, director over Women’s Services. After several years of preparation and training, Texas Children’s Hospital received … Full Entry »

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Toxic Shock Syndrome: What women need to know

As the recent news story of a Michigan teen hospitalized for Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) after prolonged tampon use circulates the internet, many parents and teens are now left wondering … Full Entry »

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The more we talk about menopause, the better

In 1900, the life expectancy for women in the United States was 48 – which means most never made it to menopause.

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Pregnant with ACHD: Falon’s story

I was just a baby when I made my first trip to Texas Children’s Hospital after being diagnosed with a congenital heart disease at birth.

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Menopause, your medications and your mental health

Do you ever feel like your medications, whether prescription or over-the-counter, aren’t providing the same benefits they used to? If you’re a woman facing menopause, estrogen may be to blame.

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