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Wednesday, February 24, 3:00pm News HighlightsFeatures

Galveston County Daily News, February 24, 2010

The history of the School of Nursing at UTMB is a window on the history of nursing education in this country, wrote John Koloen of UTMB’s Office of Public Affairs. Opening in March 1890 as the privately operated John Sealy Hospital Training School for Nurses, it was the first school of nursing... more »

Thursday, February 4, 2:30pm News HighlightsFeatures

Galveston County Daily News, February 4, 2010

Thanks to a $10 million grant from the Economic Development Administration, UTMB plans significant renovation to the 1933 Customs House that suffered extensive damage from Hurricane Ike. Bob Brown, UTMB project manager, said the unique project is envisioned as a model of adaptive “reuse”... more »

Tuesday, February 2, 4:00pm News HighlightsFeatures

Galveston County Daily News, February 2, 2010

The approach of spring signals the beginning of a new season for UTMB Dr. Randy Urban, chairman of internal medicine. That would be baseball season and another year to cheer on the Houston Astros. Raul Reyes, of UTMB’s Office of Public Affairs, wrote that walking into Urban’s office in... more »

Monday, February 1, 3:30pm News HighlightsFeatures

Galveston County Daily News, January 31, 2010

Life as a resident can be unpredictable, hectic and stressful, wrote Raul Reyes of UTMB’s Office of Public Affairs. For Dr. Mark Fisher, chief resident of surgery at UTMB, long days and hard work are the norm. However, his focus is unwavering, intent on helping those who least can care for... more »

Tuesday, December 22, 5:30pm News HighlightsFeatures

Galveston County Daily News, December 22, 2009

Giving amphibians and reptiles as gifts could lead to salmonella poisoning if recipients don’t wash their hands after handling the animals. In addition, there are plenty of other things to watch out for this holiday season, from amaryllis to tinsel. more »

Monday, December 21, 4:31pm News ReleasesFeaturesSpecial Messages

By Wendy Allen The holidays are here and for many that means buying gifts to go under the tree. So we’re taking notice of some unusual gifts that can be troublesome for the recipient and family. Let’s start with amphibians (frogs) and reptiles (turtles) that are housebound pets and... more »

Monday, December 21, 4:30pm News HighlightsFeatures

By Wendy Allen The holidays are here and for many that means buying gifts to go under the tree. So we’re taking notice of some unusual gifts that can be troublesome for the recipient and family. Let’s start with amphibians (frogs) and reptiles (turtles) that are housebound pets and... more »

Tuesday, November 24, 1:30pm News HighlightsFeatures

Galveston County Daily News, November 29, 2009 - (Link unavailable)

Wendy Allen offers tips from the Southeast Texas Poison Center at UTMB to keep food-borne illness from ruining your perfect holiday meal. Food poisoning usually happens from poor food-handling practices. She advises being particularly careful around knives more »

Wednesday, April 29, 10:30am Features

The Alumni Field House now has two contracted, licensed massage therapists: Jeremy Gustin and Lynn McBride. Both offer a broad range of massage techniques, from Swedish, to sport, to hot stone massage. Gustin, who graduated in 2002 from the Blue Cliff College of Massage in Lafayette, La.,... more »

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