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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

KUHF-FM (88.7, Houston), April 17, 2010

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart died just before he turned 36, in 1791. The music giant was then buried in an unmarked grave which was later dug up, so the plot could be reused. The cause of his death was unclear until recently, report UTMB’s Norbert Herzog and David Niesel in this week’s... 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 »

Wednesday, April 14, 12:00pm ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, April 14, 2010

Most sun damage occurs in childhood, and research shows a child or teen who suffers two or more blistering sunburns has an increased risk of developing skin cancer later in life, wrote UTMB Drs. Sally Robinson and Keith Bly in their Keeping Kids Healthy column. “Teaching your children good... more »

Tuesday, April 13, 12:00pm ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, April 13, 2010

In his weekly It’s Your Health column, UTMB Dr. Michael Warren writes that there are two kinds of noise in a hospital: “good” noise and “bad” noise. “For instance, there’s a very sophisticated machine that emits a piercing alarm that signals you have a... more »

Monday, April 12, 10:30am ColumnsNews Highlights

KUHF-FM (88.7, Houston), April 10, 2010

Chronic fatigue syndrome, a prolonged and severe tiredness not relieved by rest, affects about 17 million people worldwide, report UTMB’s Norbert Herzog and David Niesel in this week’s installment of Medical Discovery News. Early symptoms are similar to common viral infections with... more »

Wednesday, April 7, 10:30am ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, April 7, 2010

Pets can teach children responsibility, as well as respect for nature and other living things, wrote UTMB Drs. Sally Robinson and Keith Bly in their Keeping Kids Healthy column. However, pets can carry infections that can be passed to humans. “Animals can spread germs just like people can.... more »

Tuesday, April 6, 12:00pm ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, April 6, 2010

Patients who need (or want) more individual nursing attention than is usually available during a hospital stay can hire a private nurse, wrote Dr. Michael Warren in his It’s Your Health column. “The obvious advantage is that your private nurse will focus his or her attention on you and... more »

Monday, April 5, 11:30am ColumnsNews Highlights

KUHF-FM (88.7, Houston), April 3, 2010

Scientists have determined that chronic itch and pain are perceived differently by the brain and travel along different nerve pathways, report UTMB’s Norbert Herzog and David Niesel in this week’s installment of Medical Discovery News. The most common type of itch is caused by the... more »

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