May
15
2018

Texas Children’s offers more lunch, dinner options for employees, patient families

One week before Texas Children’s Legacy Tower opens on Tuesday, May 22, employees and patient families will notice several new changes to our food services at Texas Children’s Medical Center campus. Additional enhancements are underway at Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus and Texas Children’s Hospital The Woodlands to provide more meal options for our employees, Read More…

Sep
8
2017

Kids Eat Right Month a hit in The Woodlands

Texas Children’s Hospital The Woodlands had an excellent turnout of families at its first celebration of Kids Eat Right Month. Working together, Food and Nutrition, and Clinical Nutrition Services encouraged children and their families to create and enjoy their own food art. Children learned how to make their own snails, butterflies, or banana race boats Read More…

Apr
26
2017

National Nutrition Month activities inspire employees to change eating habits

In March, employees across Texas Children’s participated in National Nutrition Month events sponsored by the Food and Nutrition Services department, in partnership with Employee Health and Well-Being. As a result, many participants were inspired to make small changes toward living a more healthy lifestyle. Hear from a few of these employees and view a photo Read More…

Jan
17
2017

Hair to receive prestigious award for contributions to neonatal nutrition research

Dr. Amy Hair, neonatologist and director of the neonatal nutrition program at Texas Children’s Hospital, was selected by the American Society for Nutrition (ASN) to receive the 2017 Samuel J. Fomon Young Physician Award. This award is given to a physician within 10 years of completion of medical postdoctoral training for outstanding work in the Read More…

Aug
9
2016

Mikhail’s new e-book highlights clinically proven strategies for successful weight loss

Who doesn’t love indulging on pizza, French fries, buttery popcorn and chocolate cake every once in awhile? In a world where food – especially the unhealthy and highly processed kind – is so readily available, developing healthy eating habits can be challenging but certainly attainable with positive behavioral and mindset changes. In her new e-book, Read More…