Blind Student-Athlete Inspires Peers, Coaches At Kennedale High SchoolBorn four months premature and weighing only one-and-a-half pounds, were not the only challenges Mariah Maryman has had to overcome.
Parkland Hospital Making Sure Their Tiniest Patients Get In On The Halloween FunVolunteers and staff at Parkland Hospital are making sure the tiniest newborns and their families get in on the Halloween fun this week.
More Scrutiny For Texas Border patrol Center After Teen Found With PreemieNew scrutiny over the weekend for a South Texas U.S. Border Patrol where a teenage mother was found with a premature baby.
Conditions At Texas Border Patrol Facility Highlighted After Premature Baby FoundAn advocate found a sick teen with a tiny baby, born premature, being held in detention instead of where she believes the baby should have been — a hospital neonatal unit.
Meet North Texas New Year's Babies, 1 Arrived 2 Months Early A baby boy not due until March, made an early entrance at 3:49 a.m. New Year's Day at Methodist Richardson Medical Center.
New Hope For Tiny EvacueeInfant Sophia Gutierrez was waiting for surgery in Corpus Christi, when Hurricane Harvey intervened.
Many Premature Babies Do Fine In School, Study ShowsResearchers say a new study should help ease the minds parents of premature babies when it comes to how well their children will perform in school.
Blood-Boosters May Give Tiny Preemies A Developmental EdgeTwo blood-building drugs injected soon after birth may give tiny preemies a lasting long-term edge, boosting brain development and IQ by age 4, a first-of-its-kind study found.
Medical Center Effort Reducing Number Of Preterm BirthsWhat if you could cut the number of preterm births by more than half just by changing the type of care pregnant moms get? One North Texas hospital system is doing just that by using a unique program called Centering.
15 Million Of World's Babies Are Born PrematurelyAbout 15 million premature babies are born every year -- more than 1 in 10 of the world's births and a bigger problem than previously believed, according to the first country-by-country estimates of this obstetric epidemic.