February 25, 2022


UT Health Tyler's new NICU accepts donation of 50 infant CPR Anytime kits

UT Health Tyler’s newly opened neonatal intensive care unit this week received 50 ways to help caretakers learn CPR and basic first aid for infants.


February 23, 2022

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American Heart Association donates infant CPR kits to UT Health Tyler

February marks American Heart Month, a time when people can focus on their cardiovascular health, and educate themselves on their loved ones heart health.


February 05, 2022

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UT Health Tyler neonatal intensive care unit now open

The neonatal intensive care unit at UT Health Tyler is now open, and its neonatology team is providing specialized care for babies who are born prematurely or have other complex care needs.


February 01, 2022


$2.7 million neonatal intensive care unit opens in Tyler

UT Health Tyler’s neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) is open with a neonatology team providing specialized care for babies born prematurely and those who have other complex care needs.


July 26, 2021


Why Future Residents Should Pursue Research Opportunities for Medical Students

Get ready to find out not only how contributing to research can benefit you but also how you can identify good opportunities when looking to work at affiliated hospitals.


May 14, 2021


What you should know about getting the COVID vaccine while pregnant

Here’s what latest research says about pregnant (and nursing) people getting vaccinated against coronavirus


April 22, 2021


The Idea That COVID Vaccines Cause Infertility Is A Conspiracy Theory

Since the very beginning, science-backed information about COVID-19 has had to compete with problematic and troubling myths and conspiracy theories. Unfortunately, in some corners of the Internet, science isn’t winning, and new myths find space to flourish.


March 25, 2021

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UT Health Tyler breaks ground on new $2.7 million ICU unit for newborns

A small group of administrators and physicians gathered for a groundbreaking ceremony on UT Health Tyler’s new neonatal intensive care unit Friday.


February 04, 2021



Whatever the reason for your little one’s siffles, here are some products that we have tried, tested, and love—and that have helped us get through the worst sniffle seasons. As always, when dealing with a sick child, check with your pediatrician before using any products.


January 24, 2021


UT Health Tyler unveils plans to build neonatal intensive care unit | Local News

UT Well being Tyler has unveiled a $2.7 million plan to construct a neonatal intensive care unit.


January 21, 2021


Premature Births: Causes, Treatment, Outcomes, and Prevention

Premature birth is also known as preterm birth. It is defined as a baby born alive before reaching the gestational age (term to describe the length of pregnancy) of 37 weeks. The typical gestational period is usually 40 weeks which is considered a full-term pregnancy.


March 16, 2020


What To Buy If You’re Concerned About The Coronavirus

“Soap and water are our best friends,” agreed Dr. Snehal Doshi, a neonatologist and CEO of Millennium Neonatology. “Cleaning wipes or disinfectant sprays to clean hard surfaces also will help. Take wipes with you and wipe down the shopping cart handles before you use it, for example.”

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March 24, 2020


Does Hand Sanitizer Expire? We Asked a Doctor for the Facts

“Hand sanitizers have a shelf life of about two to three years after they’re opened,” says neonatologist Kevin Kathrotia, M.D., COO of Millennium Neonatology, a national practice of neonatologists and pediatric specialists. He explains that this happens because an opened bottle of sanitizer will lose some of its alcohol to evaporation.

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March 03, 2020


Are children coronavirus carriers?

"Your children may not be as affected by this, but that’s all the more reason to be that much more vigilant," Dr. Kevin Kathrotia of Millennium Neonatology told FOX Business. "From the very little data we've seen from the CDC, kids do appear to be relatively spared from this. What we don't know is the true infection rate."


September 20, 2020


NICU Awareness Month: Discussions On Preemie Safety & Changes During The Pandemic

BabyGaga had the chance to speak with Dr. Kevin Kathrotia, a neonatologist, about preemie safety.

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March 16, 2020


Will coronavirus cause a baby boom?

With many young people finding themselves with no choice but to stay in as bars and restaurants close, an entire nation opting for "Netflix and chill" could mean a spike in births this December, Dr. Kevin Kathrotia of Millennium Neonatology told FOX Business.

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May 27, 2020


6 Subtle Signs You Need to Replace Your Hand Sanitizer

Kevin Kathrotia, chief operating officer of Millennium Neonatology, reminds people that the CDC recommends using a hand sanitizer that has an alcohol content of at least 60 percent. And even if your sanitizer starts at 60 percent, if enough of the alcohol evaporates over time, the concentration could fall below 60 percent, making the sanitizer less effective.


March 24, 2020


Does Hand Sanitizer Expire? We Asked a Doctor for the Facts

“The CDC recommends using hand sanitizers that are at least 60 percent alcohol,” Dr. Kathrotia says. “After enough of the alcohol evaporates that the concentration falls below 60 percent, the sanitizer isn’t as effective.”


May 27, 2020

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How the NICU Changes During a Pandemic

Still it can be difficult for parents to minimize their fears about having a baby in the NICU during the pandemic. That's why Snehal Doshi, M.D., medical director of the NICU at Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas and CEO of Millennium Neonatology, recommends individuals call their local hospitals ahead of time to inquire about precautions and screening questions. For example, "if you have recently traveled outside of your local area or been in close contact with a lot of people, you may not be allowed in," says Dr. Doshi.

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UT Health East Texas Groundbreaking

Groundbreaking ceremony held for new neonatal intensive care unit

Dr. Snehal Doshi, chief executive officer of Millennium Neonatology, whose team of neonatologists will be working with UT Health Tyler to provide expert care, said the ultimate goal is to keep families together after the delivery of a sick newborn.