Barnes-Jewish Hospital
03/23/2017 at 19:02. Facebook
What's included in that first blood panel? What about the second or third -- is one of them optional? And how will you know if you have gestational diabetes? Dr. Jackie Turner will answer all of these questions and more in this week's Belly to Baby! Post your questions below or join the conversation live.
Barnes-Jewish Hospital
03/23/2017 at 14:04. Facebook
Congratulations to all of the Washington University fourth-year medical students on their residency matches, 42 of whom will be staying with us as new Barnes-Jewish Hospital residents. They will be joined by 161 other residents from 78 different medical schools, 32 states and the District of Columbia, and 9 foreign countries. We’re happy to have you on staff.

Stomach flutters, sweaty palms, sheer joy at Match Day | Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

medicine.wustl.edu
Barnes-Jewish Hospital
03/22/2017 at 19:46. Facebook
Washington University Medical School in St. Louis is one of 19 study sites in the United States recruiting 11,000 children for landmark brain-development study.

What's going on in the teenage brain? St. Louis part of study aiming to find out

stltoday.com
Barnes-Jewish Hospital
03/20/2017 at 21:09. Facebook
Jeffrey I. Gordon, MD, is expanding our understanding of human health into nonhuman realms, studying the bacteria that take up residence in the gut and help define who we become.

The father of the microbiome

source.wustl.edu
Is it really the honeymoon period of pregnancy? Dr. Camaryn Chrisman Robbins is back on "From Belly to Baby" this Friday at 1pm. Jump in to the conversation live or leave your questions in the comments below!
Cabbage consumption tends to spike in the United States around St. Patrick’s Day, when the green buddies up with its Irish American ally corned beef. But this humble annual vegetable

In Good Taste: Go for the Greens in March

goo.gl
Chicago-area teen's health affected by cancer treatment as a toddler.

Teen goes home with new heart and lungs after St. Louis docs perform rare transplant

stltoday.com
Exhaustion. Mood swings. Nausea. And we're supposed to keep it one big secret? The first trimester can be overwhelming for women and their partners. Join us for a Live Q&A TODAY at 1pm CST with Dr. Camaryn Chrisman Robbins as we dive into the top issues and concerns new moms face. Simply visit our Facebook page to tune in to the live feed.
The sudden onset of kidney problems often serves as a red flag for doctors to discontinue their patients’ use of so-called proton pump inhibitors (PPIs).

Popular heartburn drugs linked to gradual yet 'silent' kidney damage

medicine.wustl.edu
People who are significantly overweight may be candidates

New weight-loss therapy rids body of food before digestion

medicine.wustl.edu
Ruby Morgan-Dermody was feeling tired but thought the symptoms were a result of old age. However, after a visit to her primary-care physician she was diagnosed with something more serious: aortic stenosis. Learn how Ruby got her life back through a minimally invasive valve-replacement surgery called TAVR: [ Bddy.me Link ]
#HeartMonth

Minimally Invasive TAVR Procedure Helped Ruby Feel Like Herself Again

barnesjewishblog.org
As the number of childhood cancer survivors increases so, too, does the need to provide specialized care for them in adulthood. Siteman Cancer Center at Ba - Siteman Cancer Center

Siteman Cancer Center opens clinic for adult survivors of childhood cancer - Siteman Cancer Center

goo.gl