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Wednesday, March 7, 2:37pm News Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, March 5, 2007 The 11th annual San Luis Salute recognized the Department of Orthopaedics and Rehab at UTMB. Honorees were Drs. Ronald Lindsay, E. Burke Evans (with Lise Darst) and Steven and Mary Viegas. more »

Wednesday, March 7, 2:25pm News Highlights

Shreveport Times, March 6, 2007 SHREVEPORT, La. -- After a year in the United States, West African physician Ghislain Noumsi is headed home to Mali where he can make a difference. Noumsi, who grew up in a country where dirt roads, rolling blackouts and a 150-mile journey to a doctor are still... more »

Wednesday, March 7, 2:23pm News Highlights

Houston Chronicle, March 6, 2007 GALVESTON - Melquisedec Acevedo spent his 13th birthday clinging to the bow of a submerged vessel near the floating bodies of two fishing companions. The boy waited about 28 hours in the frigid Gulf waters before a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter discovered him Monday,... more »

Wednesday, March 7, 2:22pm News Highlights

Houston Chronicle, March 7, 2007 GALVESTON - A 13-year-old boy survived 28 hours in the chilly Gulf of Mexico because the three adults with him kept him propped above the water line on a part of the sunken pleasure boat that protruded above the water, U.S. Coast Guard officials said Tuesday.... more »

Wednesday, March 7, 2:21pm News Highlights

Reliable Plant Magazine, March 7, 2007 DALLAS - From the food and beverage sector to the aviation industry, seven new facilities spanning Arkansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas have earned spots in the Environmental Protection Agency's program for top environmental performers. Members of the... more »

Wednesday, March 7, 2:20pm News Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, March 7, 2007 TEXAS CITY - Women don't go to prison to bond with their babies. But that's what can happen at the Sheltered Housing Unit at the Carole Young Medical Facility in Texas City. The minimum-security unit has helped female offenders with medical needs since... more »

Wednesday, March 7, 1:34pm News Highlights

Nanotechnology News, March 5, 2007 The world's first direct electrical link between nerve cells and photovoltaic nanoparticle films has been achieved by researchers at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston (UTMB) and the University of Michigan. The development opens the door to... more »

Monday, March 5, 2:24pm News Highlights

Dallas Morning News, March 2, 2007 CHICAGO - In response to serious new questions about remedies parents have relied on for decades, the Food and Drug Administration said Friday that it would study the safety and effectiveness of over-the-counter cold medicines marketed for young children. The... more »

Monday, March 5, 1:58pm News Highlights

Austin Business Journal, March 2, 2007 AUSTIN - Austin is missing out on an extra $1.5 billion a year and more than 14,000 jobs by not investing more in academic medicine, according to a new study by a local economic research firm. Texas Perspectives Inc. told community and hospital leaders today... more »

Monday, March 5, 1:57pm News Highlights

Valley Morning Star, March 3, 2007 HARLINGEN -  When Felicia Abrego rushed her son to the emergency room Monday evening, she had no idea they'd still be waiting for a doctor 12 hours later. Abrego's son Marco Fuerte had twisted his ankle while playing football, and his ankle and foot had swollen and... more »

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