As we celebrate Women’s History Month, we look back at the valuable contribution women have played in establishing Cook Children’s.
We know what most of you think when you hear the words health insurance. You probably don’t want to hear much about it. Let’s face it, it’s not a quick read, it’s not always an easy read and it can be hard to understand the entire policy. But in today’s climate, it’s vitally important to...
Our patients at Cook Children's wish everyone a Happy Valentine's Day in a special video that should place a smile on your face.
As construction begins on Cook Children’s Medical Center’s South Tower, the medical center mascot, Peaks the Dragon, has embarked on a tour that’s been captured in a fun and unique way. Peaks is at many of the most enjoyable venues in North Texas on the fence surrounding the project.
It’s definitely flu season! We are also seeing a lot of viruses with higher temperatures. Let’s talk fever reducers/pain relievers.
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Thousands of you visited www.cookchildrens.org/checkupblog in 2013. We take a look back at the five most-read pieces of the year. Did any of your favorites make the list?
The cardiologist asked me to sit while he explained everything very carefully. I was diagnosed with a very rare but potentially deadly heart condition called Wolf-Parkinson-White Syndrome (WPW).
For a child who has one of the most unique diseases in the world and has lost both her parents to cancer, Carson’s love for Taylor Swift is refreshingly common.
Silence spread throughout the room as anxious family members, nurses, and friends reveled in the soft utterance of four special words, “Mommy I love you.” Eyes welled with tears and a sense of comfort enveloped those in Madilyn Abor’s hospital room.
At just 3 years old, Isaac Eaton has repeatedly beaten the odds. Eleven surgeries, including seven heart surgeries, and numerous procedures later, Isaac is smiling, laughing, and enjoying his new school.
Cook Children's recently finished its 500th iMRI case. A remarkable acheivement that began with the journey of one remarkable family in 2002. The 'Refuse To Lose' campaign continues with each new victory.