SIDS is absolutely terrifying for any parent. But SIDS Awareness Month is not about fear—it’s about education.
There are so many wonderful things about welcoming a new baby into your family, and one of our favorites is dressing up as a family for Halloween!
The concept of breast self-awareness has largely replaced the breast self-exam, focusing on being familiar with your body, so you’re attune to any changes.
Throughout the month of September, Brookwood participated in A State of Teal, an exciting endeavor to light Alabama teal and raise ovarian cancer awareness.
Amber and her newborn son recently became the first cord blood donors at Brookwood Women’s Center. Find out more about this painless, life-saving process.
For young children with food allergies, everyday life can sometimes be difficult to navigate. Here are a few tips to help deal with allergy issues.
Our Women’s Center VP, Amy Beard, took the ice bucket challenge to help raise awareness for ALS. Watch her video and donate to find a cure.
In celebration of World Breastfeeding Week, here are a few FAQ’s about breastfeeding and a sneak peek into the first human milk bank in Alabama.
Now that summer is in full swing, folks are taking advantage of the beautiful Birmingham weather by spending more time outside. One of the more frequent summertime injuries is Tennis Elbow.
As roadside fireworks stands pop-up and visions of tying bottle rockets together emerge educating children and adults on fireworks safety is essential.