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May 17, 2012 | Matthew Murphy, Father of Patient

Shawn & Matthew Finishing Houston Triathlon (2011)

My journey towards competing in the Ironman Texas Triathlon started in June of 2009 when my wife, Rachel, and I were blessed with the birth of our son, Shawn. We knew that he was going to be born with only one kidney and had time before his birth to prepare for such a medical condition.

May 16, 2012 | 1126

The time of your daughter’s first period can be a time of excitement and anxiety. The average age of the first period is 12 ½ years. Before periods occur, there are other signs of puberty to indicate that a young girl’s body is changing. Usually breast development happens 2 years before the first period. Other signs include under arm hair, pubic hair and body odor presence.

May 15, 2012 | Nancy Hurst, Director of Women's Support Services

(TIME Magazine / May 21, 2012)

Blog post co-written by Dr. Steven Abrams, Neonatologist.

May 14, 2012 | Barbara Adams, mother of patient

Dr. Kenneth McClain and Brent

May 10, 2012 | 1126

I am a part of a generation of parents who have rarely, and in most cases never, encountered a vaccine-preventable disease. Polio, mumps, rubella and Hib meningitis are all relics of the past. And what is out of sight is often out of mind.

After all, how can a generation who has never experienced a national epidemic of polio or seen thousands of children born with congenital rubella syndrome understand how devastating such diseases are? And if we can’t understand how devastating they are then how can we appreciate the value of the vaccines that prevent them?

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