Follow-up Friday: James Burke’s Having a Ball

It’s Follow-Up Friday, when we check in on our former patients.  Today, we are reintroducing you to a patient you first met back in 2013. Wait until you hear what he’s up to now! James Burke doesn’t remember the exact date of his first seizure. He does remember the six seizures he experienced while at [Continue Reading]

Do You Know the Top Five Health Threats to Men?

November is Men’s Health Month and knowing the top health issues for the man in your life could save his life. Physicians affiliated with Memorial Hermann Health System are highlighting some of the most common diseases they see affecting their male patients. Learn about these illnesses and how they can be prevented. Click on the [Continue Reading]

This 12-Year-Old Boy Had a Stroke. Here’s Why…

“Mom, what does a migraine feel like?” That was the question 12-year-old Luc Wehby asked his mother, Jacquie Wehby, last May after a long day at school. Jacquie told Luc that their family didn’t have a history of migraines, but she did explain the basic symptoms and gave Luc an ibuprofen before bed. The next [Continue Reading]

“My brain tumor was removed, and I was awake for it.”

Blog by Rebecca Hunter Ever since I was little and learned about the 50 states, there was a small part of me that always wanted to live in Texas. Even when applying for colleges, Texas A&M University was one of my top choices.  In the end, I went where most of my friends were going: [Continue Reading]

“My son just wanted to be a kid again.” A mother’s quest to find an answer to her son’s pineal cyst.

By Jessica Large, mother of Brayden Large As a mother, I know things about my children that no one else on earth knows. I felt them move in my body before anyone else. I know them each by smell, a primal instinct God imbedded in my DNA. As babies, I could pick out their cry [Continue Reading]

Air Force Veteran Defies the Odds and Survives a Ruptured Brain Aneurysm

As a veteran of the U.S. Air Force, Danisha Henry is trained to handle high pressure, high stress situations.  What she didn’t realize was the life-threatening situation she’d have to battle through after putting the combat zone behind her. “Back in March, I was in the kitchen, and the next thing I remember is being [Continue Reading]