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Wednesday, March 5, 9:45am Columns

Galveston County Daily News, March 5, 2014

Keeping Kids Healthy By Drs. Sally Robinson and Keith Bly Stress is the uncomfortable feeling you get when you are worried, scared, angry, frustrated or overwhelmed. Many adults think that stress is something that only adults have, but children also have stress. Stress in childhood comes... more »

Tuesday, March 4, 9:53am Columns

Galveston County Daily News, March 4, 2014

Our Bodies, Our Lives By Dr. Tristi Muir Just as I started writing this column on stress relief, I had an unexpected stressful event. My mother had a subdural hematoma and emergency neurosurgery in California — with no other family around her. I felt my adrenal glands squeeze... more »

Tuesday, March 4, 9:41am Columns

Galveston County Daily News, March 4, 2014

Vaccine Smarts By Dr. Richard Rupp and Bridget Hawkins, Ph.D. Dear VaccineSmarts, I got my first flu shot a few years ago. I felt sick right after it but that has never happened again. Why did that happen? How does the vaccine work? Is it like a vitamin that boosts the immune... more »

Tuesday, March 4, 9:13am Columns

Galveston County Daily News, March 4, 2014

By Dr. Victor S. Sierpina   The warm, sunny, orange hue of turmeric is a common feature of Indian food, though it is underused as a culinary spice in the U.S. According to a recent article in The Wall Street Journal titled “Snow Day Superfood,” more chefs are discovering that... more »

Tuesday, March 4, 6:00am Columns

Abilene Reporter-News, March 4, 2014 - (Link unavailable)

Medical Discovery News  By Drs. David Niesel and Norbert Herzog Ten years after bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), commonly called mad cow disease, was diagnosed in cattle in Britain, the British government admitted that it could be transferred to humans in a new form called variant... more »

Tuesday, March 4, 6:00am Columns

Galveston County Daily News, March 4, 2014 - (Link unavailable)

Voting made easy UTMB will host the primary election today. Anyone registered to vote in Galveston County may cast their ballot at the polling place on the first floor of Rebecca Sealy Building, located on Eighth Street, between Postoffice and Market streets, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Voters will be... more »

Friday, February 28, 8:37am Columns

Galveston County Daily News, February 26, 2014

By Rimma Osipov March can be a busy time in Galveston. Our (hopefully) brief winter comes to an end, and a few blissful months of perfect weather lure visitors of all kinds back to the island. There are things to fix around the house, gardening to do and, of course, the hustle and bustle of... more »

Wednesday, February 26, 8:31am Columns

Galveston County Daily News, February 26, 2014

Keeping Kids Healthy By Drs. Sally Robinson and Keith Bly Recently, more than 2,000 infants and children were hospitalized as the result of being shaken by their caregivers. Physicians suspect that the numbers are even higher since the syndrome often goes unreported. Shaken baby... more »

Tuesday, February 25, 9:14am Columns

Galveston County Daily News, February 25, 2014

By Dr. Victor S. Sierpina  On our recent spiritual cruise aboard the Norwegian Jewel, I discovered an amazingly tasty and healthy food, dal. Dal, a basic stew made with lentils, is common in the diet of India and other Asian countries. It was so rich and delectable that I ate it every day... more »

Tuesday, February 25, 9:06am Columns

Galveston County Daily News, February 25, 2014

Vaccine Smarts  By Dr. Richard Rupp and Bridget Hawkins, Ph.D. Dear VaccineSmarts, I plan on giving my baby girl homeopathic vaccines. They are rather expensive and are not covered by insurance. I would like to know your opinion on them before I spend the money. Adriane, Kemah Dear... more »

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