Archive | October, 2013

Children’s Medical Center President and CEO Christopher J. Durovich named “Who’s Who in Health Care” by Dallas Business Journal

Children’s Medical Center is proud to announce its President and CEO, Christopher J. Durovich, has been named to the 2013 Dallas Business Journal’s “Who’s Who in Health Care.” The list recognizes 25 health care professionals whose innovative work is making a positive impact on the health care industry in North Texas. During Durovich’s decade as […]

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Spooktacular Fun for Diabetic Kids

Children’s Endocrinology program brewed up some Halloween fun at the Children’s Diabetes Spooktacular Extravaganza for diabetes patients and their siblings. Halloween thrills included face painting, crafts, prizes, games and more. More on a Safe & Healthy Halloween 4 Ways to Enjoy a Low-Sugar or Sugar-Free Halloween Healthy Halloween Alternatives

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Specialty Care Center in Southlake

Nationally Ranked Pediatric Care Close to Home in Southlake

You already know about our hospitals in Dallas and Plano. And you probably know that Children’s Medical Center has primary care and specialty care locations throughout the Metroplex. But did you know Children’s Medical Center extends its award-winning pediatric care to the city of Southlake? The Children’s Specialty Care Center in Southlake is located right off of […]

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Weight Management for Cheerleaders

A Parent’s Guide to Cheerleading Safety

Cheerleading is an intensely physical sport that includes fast paced floor routines, pyramid-building, lifting, tossing and being tossed. With the rise in youth cheerleading participation, the number of cheerleaders at risk for injury is also rising. Following are three of the most common cheerleading injuries. Click on the links to learn how to recognize the […]

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Cheerleading Safety - Knees and Ankles

Cheerleading Ligament, Muscle and Tissue Injuries in the Ankle and Knee

In the United States, cheerleaders range in age from 6 through adulthood. However, no matter what the age or physical condition of the athlete, ligament, muscle and tissue injuries can occur during an awkward jump or stunt landing. Ankle injuries The most common injury in sports is a lateral ankle sprain. This injury occurs in […]

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