On Feb. 24, Michael Mizwa was traveling abroad at Baylor College of Medicine Children’s Foundation – Malawi when Russia invaded Ukraine. In less than 10 days, he flew to Romania, a country that borders Ukraine, to coordinate relief for Ukrainian refugees at Baylor Black Sea Foundation, part of Baylor College of Medicine International Pediatric AIDS…
For some scoliosis patients, wearing a brace is crucial. Children with scoliosis not only have to adjust to bracing physically, but socially. A Baylor College of Medicine expert in bracing has transformed the way adolescents deal with wearing a brace.
National Allied Health Professions Week is being celebrated Nov. 7 – 13, 2021. Allied health professionals are an important part of the healthcare team at Baylor and its affiliates. In addition, Baylor is training the next generation of health professionals, including physician assistants, nurse anesthetists, genetic counselors and orthotists and prosthetists.
When Baylor’s Teen Health Clinic first opened in 1968 at Jefferson Davis Hospital, it stood as a once-a-week maternity clinic serving adolescents who became pregnant. Today, it encompasses multiple clinics offering a spectrum of healthcare services.
The course of the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the mental health of people of all ages. K-12 students, in particular, have suffered from their everchanging virtual and in-person schedules, causing feelings of anxiety and depression.