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Tuesday, June 8, 10:30am ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, June 8, 2010

A simple phone call puts you in touch with emergency personnel who can assist with every imaginable emergency and a few you could never have imagined, wrote UTMB’s Dr. Michael Warren in his It’s Your Health column. “If you’re faced with a serious situation, but unsure of the... more »

Tuesday, June 8, 10:00am ColumnsNews Highlights

KUHF-FM (88.7, Houston), June 5, 2010

UTMB’s Norbert Herzog and David Niesel report on the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico and its impact on human health. “The hydrocarbon in the oil can have a damaging effect on ocean life. But there is a way to actually get rid of it with a process called bioremediation. While bacteria that... more »

Wednesday, June 2, 9:00am ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, June 2, 2010

In their Keeping Kids Healthy column, UTMB Drs. Sally Robinson and Keith Bly warn that children are particularly vulnerable to the harmful ultraviolet A and B (UVA and UVB) damage that can accompany sun exposure. The American Optometric Association has found that the lenses of young eyes are more... more »

Wednesday, June 2, 9:00am ColumnsNews Highlights

KUHF-FM (88.7, Houston), May 29, 2010

UTMB’s Norbert Herzog and David Niesel report that Beatlemania had a hand in one of the greatest medical inventions — the CT or CAT scanner. “It’s among today’s best diagnostic imaging tools. Here’s the connection. Back in 1962, the Beatles signed with Electric... more »

Wednesday, April 28, 3:00pm ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, April 28, 2010

“It’s amazing how autopsies tell a story and help the living,” writes UTMB autopsy supervisor Judy Smith in a guest column. “Autopsies can determine the exact cause of death and give closure to the family. We uncover genetic diseases that may affect relatives and answer... more »

Wednesday, April 28, 3:00pm ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, April 28, 2010

More than 4.1 million children in this country suffer from asthma, and studies show that the number is on the rise and severity has also increased in the past 30 years. Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease that obstructs airways and makes them overly sensitive to irritants. For 90 percent of... more »

Wednesday, April 28, 3:00pm ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, April 28, 2010

Histology is the study of tissue. In the histology laboratory, maintaining the integrity of the specimen is vital. In a guest column, Sandy Hinton, who works in pathology clinical services at UTMB, salutes the “wizards” she works with and details the process that samples go through for... more »

Tuesday, April 27, 2:00pm ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, April 27, 2010

In his weekly It’s Your Health column, UTMB Dr. Michael M. Warren writes that one reason for the increase in health care costs, particularly in the past two or three decades, “is the incredible expense of maintaining and updating equipment in our technological world. There’s no... more »

Tuesday, April 27, 2:00pm ColumnsNews Highlights

KUHF-FM (88.7, Houston), April 24, 2010

Variations in skin colors is a recent evolutionary development, report UTMB’s Norbert Herzog and David Niesel in this week’s installment of Medical Discovery News. Humans didn’t develop different skin tones until 50,000 to 100,000 years ago — when modern man migrated... more »

Tuesday, April 20, 10:00am ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, April 20, 2010

Hospitals have a lot of hidden costs, sometimes called “overheads,” that contribute to the cost of a hospital stay, writes UTMB Dr. Michael Warren in his weekly It’s Your Health column. “The major cost of hospital operations is devoted to its people. In addition to the... more »

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