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Nuss Procedure Now Considered Safe for Adults

Normally performed on younger patients, recent research confirms that the Nuss procedure is now considered safe and effective for adults suffering from sunken chest, a congenital condition that can restrict the heart and lungs, leading to heart palpitations, chest...

Texas Twins Born Two Weeks Apart

A miraculous story of twins born two weeks apart at Memorial Hermann in Houston, cared for by maternal-fetal medicine specialist Dr. Amber Samuel and neonatologist Dr. David Weisoly, both part of the MEDNAX national network. "The miracle is not a medical miracle....

New Sleep Safety Recommendations for Infants

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) released revised recommendations for infant safe sleep guidelines in an effort to reduce Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). The newest recommendation advises that for the first six months, and up to 12 months of an infant’s...

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