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What is Chronic Fatigue Syndrome? Read on for symptoms:
02/26/2024

What is Chronic Fatigue Syndrome? Read on for symptoms:

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is a complex and often misunderstood condition characterized by extreme fatigue that doesn't improve with rest. While it used to be relatively rare, a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows approximately 1.3% of adults in the Unit...

We all have it, but some individuals have higher levels than others. And when it comes to heart health, it’s a good idea...
02/26/2024

We all have it, but some individuals have higher levels than others. And when it comes to heart health, it’s a good idea to learn as much as possible about remnant cholesterol.
“It can predict the development of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease better than LDL cholesterol,” said Kenneth Saland, M.D., an interventional cardiologist on the medical staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas and with Texas Health Physicians Group.
Read a recent article to learn more.

Remnant cholesterol is the residual lipoproteins after triglyceride-rich particles deliver fatty acids. Elevated levels of remnant cholesterol may increase cardiovascular risk.

How does stress impact your heart? A cardiologist tells us and lists some tips on managing this risk:
02/25/2024

How does stress impact your heart? A cardiologist tells us and lists some tips on managing this risk:

A little stress in our lives serves to keep us on our toes, but too much can lead to health problems, interrupted sleep, emotional issues and poor decision-making. And while it’s difficult to measure something like stress and its negative impact on heart health, experts say the correlation shouldn...

Arthritis can be a pain. Learn how to make life a little easier if you're dealing with this ailment:
02/24/2024

Arthritis can be a pain. Learn how to make life a little easier if you're dealing with this ailment:

If someone asked you what “living well” means to you, what would you say? At Texas Health, we believe living well means more than just getting by; it's about finding a good balance in life. It's about taking care of your body, feeling good mentally, and making connections with others that matter...

What foods can boost your immunity? Find out here:
02/23/2024

What foods can boost your immunity? Find out here:

During cold and flu season, it may feel like an uphill battle trying to stave off illness, especially when it seems like everyone around you has something. You know good hand hygiene, getting enough sleep and even masking up can go a long way in helping bolster your immune system, but what about foo...

Does flying freak you out? Read on for tips on how to deal:
02/22/2024

Does flying freak you out? Read on for tips on how to deal:

Flying can be an exhilarating experience for many, but for some, the thought of boarding an airplane triggers intense anxiety. Flight anxiety, also known as aviophobia, is a common issue that affects a significant number of individuals. However, with the right strategies and mindset, it's possible t...

Are you interested in serving in a volunteer capacity at Texas Health Dallas? Please visit our web link to browse volunt...
02/22/2024

Are you interested in serving in a volunteer capacity at Texas Health Dallas? Please visit our web link to browse volunteer programs and to review volunteer requirements: https://www.texashealth.org/volunteer. There are Texas Health hospital locations throughout North Texas, so be sure to apply at Texas Health Dallas or call 214.345.7580 for more information.

Make an appointment for your one-on-one session to learn how to install a car seat and other tips for keeping your most ...
02/21/2024

Make an appointment for your one-on-one session to learn how to install a car seat and other tips for keeping your most precious cargo safe: https://bit.ly/3OH2pPi

With 24 hospitals around Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas Health Resources provides care in most North Texas communities. Call 1-877-THR-WELL for more information.

What should women know about heart health? Read on to find out:
02/20/2024

What should women know about heart health? Read on to find out:

Heart disease is the nation’s leading killer of women and 90% of women have one or more risk factors for a stroke or heart disease, according to American Heart Association statistics. But many women may not know that symptoms can differ for them or think heart disease is more of a male concern, wh...

During American Heart Month, all individuals are encouraged to become more aware of their heart health and implement a h...
02/18/2024

During American Heart Month, all individuals are encouraged to become more aware of their heart health and implement a heart-healthy lifestyle, if they don’t have one already. According to the CDC, one person dies every 33 seconds in the U.S. from heart disease.
That’s why prevention is key when it comes to cardiovascular health. It has a lot to do with controlling your blood pressure and checking your cholesterol, among other things, said Tulika Jain, M.D., a cardiologist on the medical staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas.
Watch her recent interview on CBS 11 with Kennedi Walker.
https://cbsn.ws/4bB3eTN

February marks American Heart Month. It is when everyone, but especially women, are encouraged to focus on cardiovascular health.

The advanced maternal care at Texas Health Dallas helped baby Golden overcome a serious birth complication. Learn what m...
02/15/2024

The advanced maternal care at Texas Health Dallas helped baby Golden overcome a serious birth complication. Learn what made his arrival nothing short of a miracle: https://bit.ly/3HSVONP

Award winning culture? ✔️ Competitive Pay? ✔️ Top-notch benefits? ✔️ Plentiful opportunities? You got it. At Texas Healt...
02/14/2024

Award winning culture? ✔️ Competitive Pay? ✔️ Top-notch benefits? ✔️ Plentiful opportunities? You got it. At Texas Health Dallas there are so many things that set us apart. Are you ready to take the next step in your healthcare career?

Texas Health Dallas has it all. Except YOU.

Explore our awesome opportunities and apply online today!

https://bit.ly/493ETEj

Ashley Harris was well into her pregnancy when she began feeling like something wasn’t quite right. Read about the life-...
02/13/2024

Ashley Harris was well into her pregnancy when she began feeling like something wasn’t quite right. Read about the life-saving care she and her unborn son received at Texas Health Dallas when time was of the essence: https://bit.ly/3HSVONP

A uterine rupture during labor can have serious consequences for an unborn baby if not quickly recognized and addressed....
02/12/2024

A uterine rupture during labor can have serious consequences for an unborn baby if not quickly recognized and addressed. For one North Texas couple, being in the right place made all the difference in having a future with their new son. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3HSVONP

Thank you WFAA for having Dr. Sheila Chhutani on Monday for  . Dr. Chhutani talked about why women need to be especially...
02/07/2024

Thank you WFAA for having Dr. Sheila Chhutani on Monday for . Dr. Chhutani talked about why women need to be especially mindful of their heart health when heading into pregnancy. The full interview can be found here,

Dr. Sheila Chhutani with Texas Health joins WFAA to discuss why pregnant women need to be especially mindful of their heart health when heading into pregnancy.

02/01/2024

Welcome, Baby JW! Named after his two grandfathers and a great-grandfather, Joseph Wade Clay entered the world on January 17, measuring 21 inches and weighing 7lbs 10oz.

Grace, JW's mom, began experiencing contractions the previous night. Realizing it was time, she and her husband Coleman made their way to Texas Health Dallas. They arrived around midnight and were admitted to the labor & delivery unit as Grace's contractions steadily intensified. The pushing began at 9:00 am, and JW was born at precisely 10:30am!

The couple expressed their gratitude: "We received exceptional care from start to finish! Everyone made us feel at ease and confident throughout the labor and birth process. The postpartum nurses have been wonderful, ensuring both mom and baby are comfortable and educating us on caring for JW. We are absolutely in love with our little one!"

Learn more about having your baby at Texas Health Dallas: https://bit.ly/3MGs4GQ

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About Texas Health Dallas

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas serves the communities of Dallas County and also treats complex cases from across North Texas with advanced medical treatments and an experienced staff that provides compassionate care.

With a mission of improving the health of the people in the communities we serve, Texas Health Dallas and the physicians on its medical staff are committed to your well-being and the health and wellness of your family.

Texas Health Dallas is designated as a Magnet hospital by the American Nurses Credentialing Center, an honor that recognizes hospitals for excellence in nursing. Texas Health Dallas joins an elite group of three percent of U.S. hospitals to have been honored with Magnet designation multiple times.

Texas Health Dallas was the first hospital in Dallas to receive Cycle IV Chest Pain Accreditation from the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care and is also accredited for emergency stroke care by the Joint Commission. Texas Health Dallas was also named "Best Place to Have a Baby" in Dallas County by readers of DallasChild magazine.

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