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Monday, January 10, 10:35am ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, January 10, 2011

News in this week’s Inside UTMB: Cardiologists are now using the Impella 2.5; Michele Lockwood, Susanne Johnston, Michelle S. Mares and Tonya Campbell join the Employee Advisory Council; the department of patient services has moved to 5 North in Children’s Hospital; ResearchMatch.org... more »

Wednesday, January 5, 10:28am ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, January 5, 2011

In their Keeping Kids Healthy column, UTMB Drs. Sally Robinson and Keith Bly wrote about a new study that showed physical fitness improved brain function in children. It was found that children who were more physically fit had a larger hippocampus — the part of the brain involved with learning... more »

Wednesday, January 5, 8:54am ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, December 29, 2010

News in last week’s Inside UTMB: Holiday hours; Istvan Boldogh awarded a doctor honoris causa degree; UTMB medical student Greg Valentine selected to receive a 2011 AMA Foundation Excellence in Medicine Leadership Award; Ahmar Hashmi named to the student advisory council of the Global Health... more »

Monday, January 3, 1:30pm ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, December 25, 2010

In this guest column, Cynthia Venegas-Jepsen gives thanks for the presence of UTMB and the care she has received as a transplant candidate.    more »

Wednesday, December 22, 10:44am ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, December 22, 2010

News in this week’s Inside UTMB: A modified clinic schedule has been put in place for the holidays; the pastoral care department now has a web presence, as does the Galveston Global Health Consortium; Jamie Heffernan, nurse manager of the Blocker Burn Unit at UTMB, presented “The burden... more »

Monday, December 20, 10:32am ColumnsNews Highlights

KUHF-FM (88.7, Houston), December 18, 2010

Omega-3 supplements may be the most common dietary supplements taken by adults in the United States, report UTMB’s Norbert Herzog and David Niesel in this week’s installment of Medical Discovery News. “Their benefits were discovered 25 years ago when epidemiologists noticed how... more »

Friday, December 17, 8:12am ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, December 17, 2010

In this guest column, Elizabeth J. Protas, dean of the UTMB School of Health Professions, wrote about the generosity of UTMB employees during the 2010 SECC campaign. “The spirit of giving is alive and well at UTMB. The ambitious monetary goal established for this year’s SECC was... more »

Wednesday, December 15, 10:21am ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, December 15, 2010

News in this week’s Inside UTMB: The UTMB Health team ranked 16th overall in fundraising during the 2010 Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure; the newborn nursery staff is collecting donations for the annual New Year’s baby shower; students spent time in Peru during an epidemiology field... more »

Wednesday, December 15, 10:19am ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, December 15, 2010

UTMB Drs. Sally Robinson and Keith Bly provide tips on how to make decorations safe and avoid a family tragedy this holiday season in their Keeping Kids Healthy column. “If you buy a natural tree, check to make sure the needles feel soft and pliable. Bend a twig to see if the branch is... more »

Wednesday, December 15, 10:15am ColumnsNews Highlights

KUHF-FM (88.7, Houston), December 11, 2010

In this week’s installment of Medical Discovery News, UTMB’s Norbert Herzog and David Niesel discuss microbial fingerprints. “A person’s skin has over a thousand types of bacteria; and they differ significantly from person to person, depending on where on the skin you look.... more »

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