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Wednesday, February 21, 11:18am News Highlights

Bryan College Station Eagle, Feb. 21, 2007 BRYAN - Texas A&M University will receive $12.5 million for safety research as part of a settlement between energy giant BP and a woman whose parents were killed in a 2005 explosion at a BP refinery. The settlement stems from a lawsuit filed in the wake... more »

Wednesday, February 21, 11:17am News Highlights

Dallas Morning News, Feb. 21, 2007 DALLAS - In what one attorney called a landmark case, Dallas County commissioners agreed Tuesday to pay $950,000 to the families of three mentally ill former inmates, one of whom died, to settle a federal civil rights lawsuit over medical care at the jail. James... more »

Wednesday, February 21, 11:16am News Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, Feb. 21, 2007 HOUSTON - Saturday was a great day to be a girl, especially for middle-school girls with hopes of careers that require math, science, medical and technology skills. At a time when schools are struggling to get girls interested in the math and science... more »

Tuesday, February 20, 11:14am News Highlights

Bryan College Station Eagle, Feb. 20, 2007 A former Air Force accountant with experience in mental health administration recently was chosen to lead the Mental Health Mental Retardation Authority of Brazos Valley. Bill Kelly started work in October at the nonprofit agency, which serves people with... more »

Tuesday, February 20, 11:13am News Highlights

KENS 5 Eyewitness News, San Antonio, Feb. 20, 2007 Only one segment of the Texas population is guaranteed healthcare by the Constitution - prisoners. As prisoners grow older, the cost of their health care goes up and you, the taxpayers, are going to have to pay the bill. Healthcare for the older... more »

Monday, February 19, 10:05am News Highlights

Houston Chronicle, Feb. 16, 2007 GALVESTON - The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston is again asking people to donate blood. The UTMB blood bank continues to experience shortages. A cold and rainy January led to supply problems that are only getting worse, says Christi G. Hopkins,... more »

Monday, February 19, 10:04am News Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, Feb. 18, 2007 GALVESTON - When the 75th annual Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo opens Feb. 27, UTMB nurse Jill Bryant will be in the Reliant arena's spotlight singing the national anthem to more than 75,000 expected attendees. Clad in jeans, boots and western wear,... more »

Monday, February 19, 10:01am News Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, Feb. 19, 2007 GALVESTON - The University of Texas Medical Branch clinics will be open for business on Monday, President's Day, even though many employees will mark the day as a holiday. UTMB hospitals are always open and clinics will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For... more »

Friday, February 16, 3:55pm News Highlights

WOAI TV, San Antonio, Feb. 16, 2007 The family of man whose body had been donated for medical research discovered parts of his body were instead sold for profit. The body of Rolia Whitinger was donated for medical research to Galveston's University of Texas Medical Branch after he died of a heart... more »

Friday, February 16, 3:54pm Your HealthNews Highlights

United Press International, Newstrack-Science, Feb. 15, 2007 GALVESTON, Texas, Feb. 15 (UPI) -- U.S. medical scientists say they have discovered a technique that might lead to prevention of a fatal, virus-caused immune system failure. When a virus infects a person, it triggers a series of... more »

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