After learning their son, David would be born with a cleft lip and palate, Uyen and Michael Fausto turned to the Texas Cleft-Craniofacial Team for compassionate and expert care.
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Katy woman becomes source of strength and comfort for expectant moms
After learning their son would be born with a cleft lip and palate, the Macias' turned to the Texas Cleft-Craniofacial team at UT Physicians.
Rocking out for our Wonderkids
UT Physicians and UTHealth doctors put on a rock concert in support of our Texas Cleft-Craniofacial Team patients.
Fireworks safety tips for Independence Day
Pediatric experts agree that virtual shows are the safest option to protect against COVID-19 variants and fireworks-related injuries.
Pearland teen’s accident underscores impact of concussions in computer-based learning environments
Online learning was challenging for 17-year-old Alexis because of her concussion until she found an expert to advocate for her health and education.
Staying safe in extreme heat
Keep you and your family cool and safe from heat-related illnesses this summer with tips from a UT Physicians expert.
Young tennis athlete returns to the court after multiple surgeries
Luke Henley's dreams of playing professional tennis are back on track after multiple surgeries to repair his femur.
Pediatric neurosurgeon reunites with former patient three decades later
Alexis Shelly's parents were told she would never walk or talk due to her occipital encephalocele, but 30 years later she is thriving.
Summer travel tips during COVID-19
If you are planning a summer vacation, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides guidelines for fully vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers to protect themselves from COVID-19.
Boy with cerebral palsy is thriving with help from specialized clinic
Robert Ryan's parents were told he might never walk or talk due to his cerebral palsy, but he is thriving thanks to a specialized clinic.
Pfizer vaccine receives emergency use authorization for children ages 12 to 15
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has granted emergency use authorization of the Pfizer vaccine for children ages 12 to 15.
UTHealth Houston transitions to Epic electronic medical record system
UTHealth Houston is transitioning to a new electronic medical record system and patient portal on May 8 to improve care.
Sports physical special available at UT Physicians clinics
Keeping our young athletes healthy is important to us – that's why we're offering a $19 special on sports physicals until Dec. 31, 2021.
Spina bifida program earns national recognition
In less than one year from its founding, the UT Physicians spina bifida program has earned recognition from the Spina Bifida Association.
Top 5 tips to prevent birth defects
To raise awareness for National Birth Defects Prevention Month, an expert breaks down the top five tips to know before getting pregnant.
Finding hope from afar
After doctors in her country confirmed her unborn child's diagnosis of congenital diaphragmatic hernia, Andrea sought out UT Physicians experts for help.
Student uses inspiration of a time she couldn’t speak to bring a voice to others
After a rare neurological condition called Landua-Kleffner-Syndrome stole her ability to speak or hear, Caroline Love's mother sought the help of an expert.
Annual checkup with your physician is key to good health
Taking good care of yourself means eating right, exercising, getting adequate rest, and seeing your physician regularly.
Is your holiday bubble COVID-19 proof?
In order to create a COVID-19 safe bubble for the holiday season, families will need to have prepared weeks in advance.
Battling COVID-19 during cold and flu season
While we have been safeguarding ourselves from the COVID-19 pandemic for months now, we also need to prepare ourselves for cold and flu season.
Flu cases down as coronavirus cases spike
Flu activity has been low this year, but experts warn we cannot let our guard down, especially as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spike locally and across the country.
This Thanksgiving, we are thankful for nurses
It's the Year of the Nurse and it's a prime time to express our thanks to the men and women who devote their daily lives to caring for others.
Five tips to keep your children safe
In honor of National Injury Prevention Day, UT Physicians pediatrician highlights the top five tips for child safety.
UT Physicians Multispecialty – International District hosts food drive
To help patients dealing with food insecurity during the pandemic, UT Physicians and the American Heart Association collaborated to host a food drive.
Flu shot clinic a success at UT Physicians Multispecialty – The Heights
On Saturday, Oct. 24, over 60 vaccines were administered at the pop-up flu shot clinic hosted at UT Physicians Multispecialty - The Heights.
Decoding different colors on Halloween
Learn more about the meaning behind different colored pumpkins and candy buckets you may see out and about this Halloween.