A lot of things are bigger in Texas. That’s true. But the number of colorectal cancer screenings isn’t one of them. In fact, Texas ranks 48th in the nation for the potentially life-saving procedure.
Baylor Scott & White Health seeks to improve medical care for the underserved by Connecting the Dots
The annual Connecting the Dots symposium brings together representatives from a wide range of health care providers and charitable organizations to think creatively and devise ways to improve health care delivery for those living in traditionally underserved communities in North and Central Texas.
Should West Village be renamed Wellness Village? Consider the concentration of health and fitness businesses in the mixed-use development, and you might come to that conclusion.
In December, Carter BloodCare, which provides blood to hospitals around North Texas, had a less-than-one-day supply of blood on hand. Here’s how you can help them help others.
The famed food journalist Mark Bittman wrote “Eat food, not too much, mostly plants.” And it’s a fact that a diet rich in fruits and vegetables is a boon to good health.
According to Baylor Scott & White Health some 40 percent of Americans suffer from sleep disorders. But even if your sleep isn’t disordered, you may not be getting enough quality sleep.