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Healthy Habits: Taking the stairs, morning exercise help Dr. Theodore Shybut stay fit

Taking care of your health is a priority and nobody knows that more than physicians and healthcare providers.

It can sometimes be difficult to find ways to stay healthy, so we’ve asked members of our Baylor College of Medicine community to share what they do in their daily lives to maintain a healthy lifestyle. 822 more words

Nutrition And Wellness

True to Form

As you probably know, Chloe had a major surgery a week and a half ago. And as you also know, we were having some major second thoughts and cold feet in the days leading up to the surgery. 369 more words

Kids

Nearly Cancelled… Seriously

As Chloe’s surgery drew closer and closer, we all became more and more anxious about the process and the results. Chloe was feeling the stress. I was feeling the stress. 725 more words

Kids

Week One Surgery and Recovery

As I type this post, we are waiting for Chloe to be discharged from the hospital. We are 5 days post op, and Chloe has been a champ! 590 more words

Kids

Operation: Straighten Those Legs

It is time to update our friends and family on a big, upcoming surgery for Chloe.

But, first…

The background:

For the past few years, Chloe has been losing the ability to walk and even to straighten her legs. 1,120 more words

Kids

Hip Replacement -- the engineer as a patient

People from all walks of life undergo hip replacement surgery.  Some of those people are engineers — people who design things, build things, and worry about the materials for manufacturing.   1,236 more words

Surgical Quality