Mother and child reunion

On a sunny Monday morning in September 2018, a speeding car lost control and rammed into a group of people awaiting their bus. Several, including 8-months-pregnant Stephanie Johnson, were rushed to the busy Level I trauma center at University Hospital, where a team of doctors, nurses and technicians worked frantically to save them. As Johnson’s

Mother and child reunion
BBQ Chicken Sliders

Make your summer cookout guilt-free with these tasty barbeque chicken sliders. Prep Time: 5 minutes Cook Time: 10 minutes Total Time: 15 minutes Number of Servings: 8 Serving Size: 1 sandwich Ingredients: 3 cups barbecue sauce ½ cup canned, sliced mushrooms, drained and rinsed 8 whole grain slider buns 2 cups rotisserie chicken, skin removed and

BBQ Chicken Sliders
Real-life trauma care is more than a TV drama

A lot of us think we know exactly what happens in a hospital trauma unit because we’ve been watching television shows like “Grey’s Anatomy” for years. Yes, there is life-and-death drama, split-second decisions and ethical calls. However, during a recent Facebook Live interview, Dr. Mark Muir, trauma medical director at University Health System, said there

Real-life trauma care is more than a TV drama
Reluctant to get vaccines for your kid? Don’t be—they can save your child’s life

All parents hate to hear their child cry, but the alternative can be far worse when it comes to getting vaccines. So many kids are afraid of shots, and parents may be loath to insist. Sometimes parents are afraid of reactions, but serious reactions are very rare. Or parents could be misinformed that immunizations can

Reluctant to get vaccines for your kid? Don’t be—they can save your child’s life
When to take your kids to the doc: fevers

When kids get fevers, parents get scared. Pediatrician Dr. Rob Sanders has seen more than a few of these cases in his urgent care clinic, and he breaks down the difference between who should see a doctor, and who should be just fine with rest and chicken soup.

When to take your kids to the doc: fevers
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