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Thursday, January 7, 3:30pm ColumnsNews Highlights

Medical Journal – Houston, December 1, 2009 - (Link unavailable)

In February 2009, the Institute of Medicine held the Summit on Integrative Medicine and the Health of the Public in Washington. Its large gathering of over 600 health care leaders demonstrated wide interest in integrative medicine as part of the solution to the health care crisis. UTMB Dr. Victor S.... more »

Wednesday, January 6, 4:00pm ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, January 6, 2010

Scald burns occur from accidental spills of hot liquids or from hot tap water and happen most often in children younger than 5 and the elderly. UTMB Drs. Sally Robinson and Keith Bly offer tips on how to prevent and treat these types of burns in their Keeping Kids Healthy column. more »

Tuesday, January 5, 4:30pm ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, January 5, 2010

Recovery from surgery may not be as painless as patients would like, but sometimes pain is necessary, wrote UTMB Dr. Michael Warren in his It’s Your Health column. Patients who are in pain should discuss it with their doctors and nurses. “Tell them how you feel; if you don’t tell... more »

Tuesday, January 5, 4:30pm ColumnsNews Highlights

Psychiatric Times, December 28, 2009

For both depression and anxiety disorders in youths, there is increasing evidence of clinical benefit from cognitive-behavioral therapy, according to UTMB Dr. Karen Dineen Wagner. “It is important that residency training programs - particularly in child and adolescent psychiatry - include CBT... more »

Monday, January 4, 3:30pm ColumnsNews Highlights

KUHF-FM (88.7, Houston), January 2, 2010

In this week’s installment of UTMB’s Medical Discovery News, Norbert Herzog and David Niesel extol the virtues of olive oil, which can lower the risk of heart disease by reducing LDL (low-density lipoprotein) cholesterol levels. The FDA recommends two tablespoons a day, and Herzog and... more »

Monday, January 4, 3:30pm ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, December 26, 2009

Dr. Thomas Ksiazek, director of UTMB’s National Biocontainment Training Center, wrote about infectious diseases and the important role the NBTC will play in the training of scientists who work with infectious diseases. “In the next few years, hundreds of scientists from all over the... more »

Wednesday, December 23, 3:30pm ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, December 23, 2009

With so much going on during the holidays, finding baby sitters can pose a problem for hurried parents. UTMB Drs. Sally Robinson and Keith Bly offer tips on selecting the right baby sitter no matter the season in their Keeping Kids Healthy column. more »

Tuesday, December 22, 5:30pm ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, December 22, 2009

Playing Santa Claus in a hospital was one of his most rewarding experiences, wrote UTMB Dr. Michael Warren in his It’s Your Health column. From the column: The sad fact is most patients who must remain hospitalized at this time of year are the sickest: chronically ill, accident victims, burns... more »

Tuesday, December 22, 5:30pm ColumnsNews Highlights

KUHF-FM (88.7, Houston), December 19, 2009

Evidence is building that some forms of prostate cancer result from a viral infection, report Norbert Herzog and David Niesel in this week’s installment of UTMB’s Medical Discovery News. All men may be susceptible to the leukemia-related virus XMRV for short. Twenty-five percent of... more »

Tuesday, December 22, 4:38pm ColumnsNews Highlights

Your Health  By Michael Warren  I once played Santa Claus, which is hard to believe, especially if you know me. The physique is about right, but I don’t have a beard, I’m not overly jolly and I’m Jewish. Nevertheless, I was Santa. I visited every patient in the... more »

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