Water is essential for life and one of the most important nutrients for our bodies. An adult could live up to six weeks without food but no more than a week without water. Water makes up about 75 percent of a person’s body weight and is involved in most bodily functions.more >
The month of March is more than shamrocks and beginning of spring, it's also National Nutrition Month.
Heather Garza, Children's Blood & Cancer Center pediatric dietitian specialist, will share several recipes and nutrition facts this month. We begin with the most important meal of the day -- breakfast!more >
Mark your calendars – the annual St. Baldrick’s Fair is coming up on Saturday, March 29.
All CBCC families are invited to this fun event, held at the Dell Children’s Medical Center Healing Garden from 10am-2pm.
Have you liked our Facebook page? Are you following us on Twitter? Please join us and engage in the CBCC community. Read inspiring stories about our patients, learn about CBCC family events in the community, and find out about the excellent programs and services we offer to Central Texas kids who are fighting the biggest battle of their young lives.more >