If there is one part of my body I wouldn’t change, it’s my hair. I love the thickness, the length, the color — you should have seen the look I gave a hairdresser once for suggesting dying sections of it blonde. No, thank you! Even the occasional gray hair can’t burst my bubble. I love these locks.
If there’s one thing Texas has plenty of, it is creepy, crawling things. No matter where you look — in your garden, in your yard, in your home — odds are you’ll run across an insect or arachnid of some kind.
Our team at Shine magazine was blown away by the chance to interview international rock star and lead singer of The Who, Roger Daltrey. Two years ago, he came to Methodist Dallas Medical Center struggling with a raspy voice and found the solutions he needed from Rajiv Pandit, MD, otolaryngologist/head and neck surgeon on the hospital’s medical staff.
In countries with modern medicine, when women turn 40, they start getting screening mammograms. In other parts of the world, where healthcare is still considered rudimentary, women of the same age don’t always know about these screening procedures — let alone have access to them.
Memorial programs at Methodist Charlton and Methodist Dallas help parents cope long-term with perinatal loss
When Andra Hunter learned she had lost her baby just days before she was due to give birth at Methodist Dallas Medical Center, the shock and grief that followed were unlike anything she’d ever faced.
When I think of the holiday season, one of my first thoughts is simply family. I grew up in a small Indiana town right outside of Chicago, and my parents, sisters, and adorable nephew are all still in the area. It’s a no-brainer that I will be heading there — home — for the holidays.
For as long as I can remember, my mother has teased me with the nickname “Grace.” It’s not because I’m graceful. Instead, she’s passively pointing out that I’m a bona fide klutz. Tripping over my own feet, bumping into walls, dropping softballs that landed perfectly in the center of my mitt (still haven’t lived that one down), paper cutting my eye (twice) — they all contributed to the mocking nickname.
There is a lot of expertise on the clinical staff at Methodist Health System. But these physicians, nurses, and other healthcare professionals don’t stop caring for others when they leave the hospital. They’re going to other parts of the world to be the living, breathing embodiment of our mission to save and improve lives with compassionate, quality health care.
Our new Mission2Medicine blog series shares the inspiring stories of how clinicians on our medical staff are participating in mission trips — whether religiously affiliated or not — and serving in extraordinary ways.
It’s fairly easy to pick up on possible health ailments in our spouses: Just keep your eyes and ears open. However, it’s much harder to broach the topic of seeing a doctor.
Brian Jones, MD, with Methodist Family Health Center – Cedar Hill East has seen hundreds of patients — some who were more than willing to make the appointment and others who had to be coaxed, bribed, or practically dragged into the physician’s office. However they may have ended up there, the important thing was that they did.
Watch for signs of health concerns
In life, your spouse is your number one, your partner in crime, the person who has your back. Make no mistake, there’s no exception when it comes to each other’s health.