Archive | December, 2012

After Crash, Family Returns With Gifts to Children’s

Myleah Rhynes had spent nearly 24 hours in the emergency department at Children’s on Christmas Day 2009. She hadn’t slept. She hadn’t eaten. And she wasn’t sure if her children and husband would survive after being seriously injured in a car wreck on Christmas Eve. Then something happened that made Myleah so happy that she […]

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Children’s Medical Center Player of the Week 2012

Player of the Week Results from 2012 Congratulations to each of our 2012 High School Football Players of the Week! Damion Hobbs of Cedar Hill High School – Week 14 Jerrod Heard of Denton Guyer High School – Week 14 Xavier Turner of Birdville High School – Week 13 Tanner Ramsey of Mesquite Poteet High […]

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Seacrest Studios parners with Children's

Seacrest Studios Joins the Red Balloon Network

The Ryan Seacrest Foundation has collaborated with Children’s Medical Center to open Seacrest Studios, an interactive space for patients to explore the creative realms of radio, television and news media. It’s just another way Children’s helps improve the patient’s experience while they’re spending time in the hospital. Seacrest Studios is a fully functional radio station […]

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Bounce Houses: Inflated with danger

We’ve told you about the dangers of trampolines before, and even recommended parents not buy one. Our Injury Prevention experts have similar reservations about bounce houses, especially in light of new information detailed in a recent ABC News story. An excerpt: Claudia Romo, manager of the Injury Prevention program at Children’s, says if you decide […]

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