Breast surgery is becoming more and more common. However, it's still a major procedure and can be scary for some patients. Dr. Laurel Yeager, from Benrus Surgical Associates at Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital, talks about breast surgery and the treatment process involved with a surgical procedure.
As a parent, it can be scary when your child is sick or hurt. Sometimes it’s difficult to determine what level of care is most appropriate — scheduling an appointment with their pediatrician or heading to the emergency room (ER). Pediatric specialist Lauren Moran, MD, sheds some light on when to take your child to the ER and what to expect when you get there.
As another year of school starts up, so does another season of fall athletics. As kids become more active in sports, the risk of concussions increases. Make sure your child plays it safe by better understanding these head injuries, recognizing the symptoms and knowing what to do if one is diagnosed.
If you’re thinking about having a baby, there are a few things you can do before conceiving to ensure a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby. Learn what board-certified obstetrician (OB) Cory Miller, MD, recommends as you prepare for the journey into motherhood.
Health care continues to be a growing and evolving field. While you may think more immediately of doctors and nurses, it offers a wide array of career opportunities for varying interests and skill sets.