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Thursday, December 16, 10:43am News HighlightsGrants/Research

U.S. News and World Report, December 16, 2010

Continuing to receive coverage is a study by UTMB researchers that found elderly hospital patients who get back on their feet as quickly as possible spend less time in the hospital than those who remain in bed. The research team studied 162 hospitalized patients over age 65 who each had a step... more »

Thursday, December 16, 10:31am News HighlightsGrants/Research

KTRK-TV (Ch. 13, Houston), December 16, 2010

A local study from UTMB health found that elderly patients who get back on their feet quickly can get out of the hospital sooner. The research team placed step activity monitors on 162 older patients and found that even short walks around the hospital were beneficial.   more »

Thursday, December 16, 10:29am News HighlightsGrants/Research

Science Daily, December 16, 2010

Continuing to receive widespread coverage is a study by UTMB researchers that found underrepresented minority medical students, including Hispanics and particularly African Americans and women, show the greatest benefit from comprehensive medical education reform. The study appears in the December... more »

Monday, December 13, 10:31am News HighlightsGrants/Research

Science Daily, December 12, 2010

A new study has shown that hospitalized elderly patients who literally “get back on their feet” by taking even short walks around a hospital unit tend to leave the hospital sooner than their more sedentary peers. Conducted at UTMB Health and described in a paper appearing in the current... more »

Friday, December 10, 12:43pm News ReleasesGrants/Research

Research links higher mobility while hospitalized to reduced stays “You’ll be back on your feet in no time” is a phrase familiar to anyone who’s ever had to spend time in a hospital. Now, a new study has shown that hospitalized elderly patients who literally “get... more »

Thursday, December 9, 11:34am News HighlightsGrants/Research

Womansday.com, December 9, 2010

A study by Drs. Abbey Berenson and Mahbubur Rahman about how some women misperceive their weight continues to get media attention as in this Woman’s Day article.   more »

Tuesday, December 7, 2:55pm News HighlightsGrants/Research

Texas Government Insider, December 3, 2010

The University of Texas System recently awarded two $500,000 grants to UTMB Health to pay for improvements to health information technology with a goal of upgrading clinical care quality and outcomes. One of the $500,000 grants will be used to allow UTMB health workers to access a collection of... more »

Monday, December 6, 1:49pm ColumnsNews HighlightsGrants/Research

Galveston County Daily News, December 6, 2010

  Galveston’s historic bouts with tropical diseases are intertwined with efforts to combat them, which eventually led to our world-renowned infectious disease research programs at UTMB Health, wrote Scott Weaver, director of the Institute for Human Infections and Immunity, and... more »

Monday, December 6, 1:42pm News HighlightsGrants/Research

Psychiatric Times, December 3, 2010 - (Link unavailable)

  Recent attention has focused on identification of early signs that may identify children at risk for development of autism spectrum disorders, wrote UTMB’s Dr. Karen Dineen Wagner. Differences in feeding patterns, vocalization and visual attention have been found between children with... more »

Friday, December 3, 8:38am News HighlightsGrants/Research

UPI, November 30, 2010

Continuing to receive widespread coverage is the study by UTMB Health Drs. Mahbubur Rahman and Abbey Berenson that appeared in Obstetrics and Gynecology, showing that almost one-quarter of young women who are overweight actually perceive themselves as being normal weight, while a sizable minority... more »

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