2018

4D Ultrasound: A Peek Into the Womb

Often it is said, a mother bonds with her baby as soon as she finds out she is pregnant. Today we have the unique opportunity for the whole family, including fathers, siblings, and extended families to enjoy the immediate bonding and closeness a 4D session offers.
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2017

North Texas Medical Groups Help Harvey Victims

North Texas doctors are coming to the aid of displaced Harvey evacuees in desperate need of medical care. Many are waiving fees or treating patients, no questions asked. They say it's the least they can do to help.
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Viewing the Solar Eclipse - MacArthur Medical Center

Will the Solar Eclipse Hurt My Baby?

We are all very excited to witness something as rare as a solar eclipse but while this event has some of us rushing to find eclipse sunglasses, it can be a stressful event for pregnant women.
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5 Secrets to a Healthy Vagina

All women should be concerned about their vaginal health. There are many suggested tips you can follow to provide a healthy vaginal environment. Here are several.
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Labor Pain: Should I Get an Epidural - MacArthur OBGYN

Labor Pain: Should I Get an Epidural?

Pain relief during labor is a huge question that weighs on any expectant mother’s mind. No one likes pain and the mere anticipation of labor pain is a scary thought for most. I make it a point to review all pain relief options with all of my pregnant patients prior to delivery. One of the most common questions...
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Menopause: Am I Crazy?

Menopause: Am I Crazy?

As you approach menopause, has this question crossed your mind? Many patients feel that they may be going crazy as their hormones become unbalanced or as the common phrase says "out of whack". It may be...
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2016
Immunizations - MacArthur Medical Center

Gardasil-9: The Facts

Gardasil-9 is the newest HPV vaccination on the market. It now provides protection against 9 high-risk types of Human Papilloma Virus. These questions and facts can help you to understand it better.
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New HPV Vaccine Study

This year marks the tenth year of the HPV vaccination program in the U.S. A new study released on Monday compared two and three doses of the vaccine and a new policy is now being recommended.
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