April 2011 News Tips

Caregivers can help autistic children by helping themselves
Parents of children with autism spectrum disorders don’t realize that taking care of themselves is just as important as taking care of their children, a UT Southwestern Medical Center child psychiatrist says. Read More

Prior C-section delivery shouldn’t limit mom’s future options
Women who meet certain criteria can have a successful vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC) delivery, but many don’t receive enough information to make that choice, says an obstetrician at UT Southwestern Medical Center. Read More

Controlling cockroaches can help stamp out allergy symptoms
The coming of spring generally means one thing to allergy sufferers: hay fever. But while springtime pollen remains a major cause of stuffy sinuses, runny noses and itchy eyes, it’s not the most prevalent cause of allergies and asthma in children. Read More

Relaxation techniques can help couples with infertility
Stressed out over trying to conceive a baby? There are ways to help ease the anxiety that comes with a diagnosis of infertility, a reproductive specialist at UT Southwestern Medical Center says. Read More