Day: May 6, 2020

Thriving Blog – Boston Children’s Hospital’s pediatric health blog

Our patient stories are getting a new home. To keep up with all the latest and greatest from Boston Children’s Hospital, you can now visit our new all-Boston-Children’s hub, Discoveries.

The new site will also keep you up to date on clinical updates, research and innovation news, our favorite photos and videos, and happenings within our community.

We hope you’ll bookmark Discoveries and visit often. In the meantime, the Thriving blog will remain online as an archive for stories published from early May 2019 and earlier.

Visit Discoveries.


rebecca at a baseball game the year before she had a stroke
PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE GOLD FAMILY

Last July,
Rebecca Gold’s parents, Karen and Adam, had just dropped her off at sleepaway
camp in Pennsylvania. They hadn’t
even completed the drive back to Connecticut when they received a frightening
call: Their 12-year-old daughter had collapsed to the floor, vomiting and
unable to move her limbs. She was now at a nearby

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When Should I Take My Child to the Dentist?


Q. How old should my child be before I make his first dental appointment?


A. You should take him in by the time he celebrates his first birthday.

First visits are mostly about getting kids used to the dentist’s chair and educating parents about how to care for baby’s teeth. If your child has transitioned from the bottle to cup and doesn’t snack or drink in the middle of the night, you get a one-year pass, until age 2. That’s when the standard every-six-month dental visit recommendation kicks into gear. When your child is between ages 4 and 6, expect your dentist to take a first set of X-rays to check for cavities lurking between the teeth.

Prevention is the name of the game between ages 6 and 12, when baby teeth give way to permanent teeth. Your child’s dentist will probably suggest a

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Message from the Chair

Dr, Brian Reeves, NephrologyWelcome to the Department of Medicine at the UT Health San Antonio.

The Department of Medicine is the largest department in the School of Medicine and is committed to excellence in clinical care, education and research.

At UT Health San Antonio, “We Make Lives Better” and this vision is embodied in our Department Mission statement:
• Improve the health of our patients and the community through the discovery and implementation of high value, evidence-based, patient-centered treatment and prevention programs.
• Advance health care for the future by preparing health care providers for life-long learning, translating basic research into clinical practice and redesigning health care delivery to promote population health.
• Promote the growth and success of the School and University through interdisciplinary collaborations in research, integration of clinical care and interprofessional education programs.
• Enhance the lives of our faculty and staff by providing a workplace

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