Living with heart failure

Understanding hepatitis

Pretty in Pink

Help for headaches – new Headache Center now available

Are you falling deep into sleep debt?

What is spinal stenosis?

A closer look at you
Living with heart failure
John Passmore Jr., M.D., FACC, Cardiologist
Although heart failure sounds catastrophic and frightening, an estimated 5 million Americans currently live with the chronic condition.
Understanding hepatitis
Joseph Galati, M.D., Gastroenterologist
Hepatitis is more common than you may think. The term "hepatitis" simply means inflammation of the liver. However, there are many different types of hepatitis and degrees of severity.
Pretty in Pink
Sandra Templeton, M.D., and Kelly Dempsey, M.D.,
Breast Surgeons

Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital and the Fort Bend Junior Service League are teaming up once again to host the second annual charitable event to benefit Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital's cancer patients.
Help for headaches — new Headache Center now available
Rajesh Bindal, M.D., Neurosurgeon
It can start as a dull ache — barely noticeable — but by the end of the day you're clutching your forehead in pain.
Are you falling deep into sleep debt?
Priya Oolut, M.D., Pulmonologist
Americans today are falling deep into a new kind of debt, and it's one that no amount of money can repay — sleep debt.
Q&A
What is spinal stenosis?
Jeffrey B. Wood, M.D., Orthopedic Spine Surgeon
The presence of chronic neck and lower back pain may be a signal of something more than poor posture, sitting too many hours at a computer or getting older. Spinal stenosis, the narrowing of the open spaces within the spine, increases pressure on the spinal cord and the nerves located along the spine. This increased pressure may be the reason for your pain.