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Drowning is the leading cause of death for children between the ages of 1-4. The CDC also reports that nearly 80% of people who die from drowning are male. As we head into summer, find out how to keep your kids safe in the water.

With spring sports now in full swing, health care experts are warning athletes to protect their eyes from injury.

Study: 34 kids a day seen in ER for choking on food. Here's 6 foods parents should avoid giving their toddlers

Is your child prepared for a year of good health? Check out our Tip Sheet for great ways to prepare your son or daughter for the upcoming school year. #Baylorhealth

Heatstroke is the leading cause of non-crash vehicle fatalities for children 14 and under. In fact, one child dies from heatstroke nearly every 10 days in the US from being left in a hot vehicle.

An interactive computer game where kids can reach Planet Power by fueling their rocket with food and physical activity. "Fuel" tanks for each food group help students keep track of their food choices

Summer should be as carefree and pain-free as possible. One way to ensure that it will be is by protecting your skin from potential sun damage. To get ready for the bright days ahead, we’ve tapped into the expertise of dermatologists, pediatricians and national organizations to provide a handy and engaging collection of tips and facts about summer skin protection.

At Mary Greeley Medical Center Birthways, we take pride in helping families grow and we want to help share the good news of your child’s birth. Mary Greeley Medical Center has partnered with Baby Bella Photography to capture your newborns’ first moments. Our online photo service gets those first precious glimpses out to family and friends.

The Birthways Unit at Mary Greeley Medical Center is designed to be a comfortable, soothing place for mothers, newborns and families. Birthways is staffed by caring, highly trained professionals with many years of experience on the unit.