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  • Kingwood Medical Center celebrates National Stroke Awareness Month

    July 02, 2014

    The Brain & Spine Center atKingwood Medical Center hosted its 2nd Annual Ladies Night Out, Love Your Brain and Ladies Lunch and Learn, Love Your Brain on May 20th during National Stroke Awareness Month to raise awareness of stroke risk factor management and further engage the community on how to recognize and respond to stroke warning signs by acting FAST.

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  • Do you Suffer From Heartburn and Reflux?

    June 24, 2014

    The TIF procedure is safe and effective in eliminating or improving a range of typical and atypical gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) symptoms, including heartburn and reflux, in up to 81% of patients in the study. Also, in 81% of patients undergoing endoscopy 24-months after their TIF procedure, esophagitis was fully healed or notably improved.

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  • Kingwood’s New Women and Children's Center Welcomes Its First Baby and First Set of Twins on Opening Day

    May 27, 2014

    Kingwood Medical Center welcomed the first babies born in its new Women and Children’s Center on May 1, 2014. The grand opening of the $80 million, 155,400 square-foot Women and Children’s Center expansion was celebrated on Tuesday, April 29th. Dr. Sujatha Mohan helped Leslie and Francisco Gonzales welcome their son, Aiden into the world at 2:57p.m. Baby Aiden weighs 6 lbs and 7 oz and is 22.5 inches long.

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