Medical City Children’s Hospital
Formerly conjoined twins celebrate their first birthday with a party Medical City Children’s Hospital.
A unique North Texas summer camp is giving hope and helping kids fight cancer at the same time. Camp iHope was started at Medical City Children’s Hospital in Dallas. The idea is to help sick kids temporarily forget their difficult reality.
For the first time in their young lives a set of 9-month-old twins left a Dallas hospital. Brothers Emmett and Owen Ezell have had a tough road since birth. They were born conjoined, but left the hospital as separate little boys.
The 9-month-old boys born joined at the abdomen were released Wednesday morning from Medical City Children’s Hospital.
The conditions of conjoined twins separated last summer have steadily improved and officials say they’ll be released this week from a Dallas hospital.
One North Texas child used his birthday to give gifts to others.
A baby born with a heart condition needed surgery. But the events that unfolded afterward have doctors reminding everyone about the importance of follow-up appointments.
“I have two babies… two separate babies!” exclaimed mother Jenni Ezell—with both joy and tears filling her eyes. The emphasis, appropriately enough, is on ‘separate’.
Officials at Medical City Children’s Hospital say Owen and Emmett Ezell are in stable condition. Their parents planned to offer an update later Thursday.
A teenage father is under arrest in Dallas. He is accused of seriously injuring his 7-week-old baby.
A baby’s first few breaths of life were so difficult that he almost died. But a Dallas medical team was able to diagnose the problem quickly, and perform open heart surgery the day after his birth.
Hospital monitors inside patients rooms, which are constantly beeping, can actually lead to a condition for health care workers known as “alarm fatigue.”