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Monday, August 1, 11:17am ColumnsNews Highlights

KUHF-FM (88.7, Houston), July 29, 2011

There are many theories about why people and animals yawn, report UTMB’s Norbert Herzog and David Niesel in this week’s installment of Medical Discovery News. One theory posits that yawning increases blood oxygen levels while decreasing carbon dioxide levels. Across cultures, yawning is... more »

Tuesday, July 26, 12:16pm ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, July 26, 2011

News in this week’s Inside UTMB: For information on back-to-school health checkup checklists go to utmbhealth.com and click on the school icon; seminar for caregivers of people with memory loss to be held Friday at Dickinson Geriatric Clinic; UTMB’s new Multispecialty Center and Stark... more »

Tuesday, July 26, 12:13pm ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, July 26, 2011

In his It’s Your Health Column, Dr. Michael Warren discusses the difficulties families face when they begin to detect memory loss in their elderly loved one. He advises visiting the family doctor immediately to learn more about dementia and its potential progression. As with many diseases,... more »

Tuesday, July 26, 8:43am ColumnsNews Highlights

Neurology Today, July 21, 2011

Last year, in an article in the New England Journal of Medicine, UTMB’s Dr. Howard Brody challenged physicians in all specialties to draw up a “top 5 list” of common diagnostic tests or treatments that have been shown to provide little meaningful benefit. Despite the lack of... more »

Tuesday, July 26, 8:40am ColumnsNews Highlights

KUHF-FM (88.7, Houston), July 23, 2011

When the brain’s temporal lobe is damaged, a person’s sense of fear can be greatly diminished, report UTMB’s Norbert Herzog and David Niesel in this week’s installment of Medical Discovery News. The temporal lobe contains the amygdala — a set of two almond-shaped... more »

Tuesday, July 26, 8:36am ColumnsNews Highlights

Houston Chronicle, July 24, 2011

Continuing coverage: In this guest editorial, UTMB’s Dr. Howard Brody discusses the ethics of laws that require physicians to say or not say certain things to certain patients. “The idea that it might be appropriate for the law to dictate a script to be read to the patient,... more »

Monday, July 25, 9:38am ColumnsNews Highlights

The New Republic, July 22, 2011

UTMB’s Dr. Howard Brody writes about medical disclosure and candidates for the presidency, in light of the recent news coverage of Michele Bachmann’s migraine headaches and the medications she takes for them. “What are the medical implications of this new policy of openness about... more »

Monday, July 25, 9:29am ColumnsNews Highlights

Corpus Christi Caller-Times, July 22, 2011

Continuing coverage: In this guest editorial, UTMB’s Dr. Howard Brody discusses the ethics of laws that require physicians to say or not say certain things to certain patients. “The idea that it might be appropriate for the law to dictate a script to be read to the patient,... more »

Thursday, July 21, 12:09pm ColumnsNews Highlights

Austin American-Statesman, July 21, 2011

In this guest editorial, UTMB’s Dr. Howard Brody discusses the ethics of laws that require physicians to say or not say certain things to certain patients. “The idea that it might be appropriate for the law to dictate a script to be read to the patient, unfortunately, is reinforced by... more »

Thursday, July 21, 12:01pm ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, July 21, 2011

UTMB’s Drs. Ken Fujise and Naveed Adoni discuss the physical challenges faced by outdoor exercise enthusiasts. When people are exposed to heat, even when they’re not exercising, demands for additional blood flow are placed on their cardiovascular systems. more »

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