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Wednesday, January 3, 2:35pm News Highlights

Houston Chronicle, Dec. 31, 2006 The Galveston County Health District's Women, Infants, Children office is moving to a new location. The office, which has been in the UMTB Primary Care Pavilion, is relocating the seventh floor of the University Hospital Clinics building as of Wednesday. Parking for... more »

Wednesday, January 3, 2:34pm News Highlights

Nashua Telegraph, N.H., Dec. 31, 2006 Researchers in recent weeks have given new moms even more scientific encouragement to breast-feed, but also delivered some caution about the impact drugs used to ease birth pangs might have on getting the process started. The best news comes from a study done at... more »

Wednesday, January 3, 2:31pm News Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, Dec. 31, 2006 GALVESTON, Texas – Lawmakers and the leader of the county’s largest employer—the University of Texas Medical Branch—had their public differences this year as layoffs and cost-cutting measures rocked the campus and set the community on edge. But state Rep.... more »

Wednesday, January 3, 2:30pm News Highlights

Beaumont Enterprise, Jan. 1, 2007 PORT ARTHUR, Texas - Three-year-old Amy Pao sat on a high stool at her aunt's restaurant, using her tiny fingers tipped with red nail polish to bat around a star-shaped Mylar balloon filled with helium. She smiled and laughed as she tossed the balloon back and forth... more »

Wednesday, January 3, 2:29pm News Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, Jan. 1, 2007 Editorial by Heber Taylor To understand the plight of the University of Texas Medical Branch, you have to understand two numbers. Percentage of UTMB’s net patient revenue from patients with commercial insurance: 15. National average: 36. It’s hard to... more »

Wednesday, January 3, 2:28pm News Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, Jan. 2, 2007 GALVESTON, Texas — Crowded into a room on the third floor of the University of Texas Medical Branch’s maternity unit was a family that grew by one Monday morning. The year 2007 was 62 minutes old when José Bladimir Cabrera arrived in the hospital. more »

Wednesday, January 3, 2:27pm News Highlights

Frederick News-Post, Pa., Jan. 3, 2007 It won't be long before the doors to Fort Detrick's huge homeland security laboratory swing open, as evidenced by our collective calendar turning to 2007 and the recent awarding of a management contract to Battelle.  Six BSL-4 laboratories now operate in the... more »

Wednesday, January 3, 2:24pm News Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, Jan. 3, 2007Dr. Chester R. Burns died Dec. 27, 2006 while visiting family in New York. Dr. Burns became a member of the medical school faculty at the University of Texas Medical Branch in 1969 where he taught for 37 years before retiring in March 2006. A memorial service... more »

Thursday, December 21, 12:40pm News Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, Dec. 21, 2006 The Planning Commission has approved a specific-use permit for a mid-rise building on the seawall, the first since city council imposed interim building height restrictions in October. Commissioners unanimously granted Houston developer Scott Breimeister... more »

Thursday, December 21, 12:39pm News Highlights

Austin American-Statesman, Dec. 21, 2006 The Seton Family of Hospitals will transform the soon-to-be vacant Children's Hospital of Austin into a campus for training a new generation of doctors, nurses and other medical professionals. Seton is opening the Dell Children's Medical Center of Central... more »

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