External News CoverageWRCB-TV, 12/06/2013
The number of holiday decorating-related injuries in on the rise. Dr. Carlos Roldan offers tips for preventing slips, falls and other accidents this holiday season.
KTRH radio, 12/06/2013
There are estimates that 135 million people will have some form of dementia by the year 2050. That's three times as many as today. Dr. Carmel Dyer says the increasing numbers should be expected due to the aging of the planet’s population.
Medium magazine, 12/05/2013
Caffeine has a potential role in the deaths of marathon runners. UTHealth's Dr. John Higgins explains.
This week in HealthLeader, a grateful patient and Drs. William Ondo and Sudha Tallavajhula describe restless leg syndrome and its symptoms, causes and treatment options.
FOX 26 News, 12/04/2013
UTHealth's Dr. Robert Emery discusses health and safety risks associated with stolen radioactive materials.
Univision Houston, 12/02/2013
UTHealth family practitioner Dr. Pedro Aquino tells Univision Channel 45 viewers how to protect their skin this winter.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 12/01/2013
UTHealth's Dr. Michael Businelle discusses work that is being done to help homeless people kick the smoking habit.
KTRK-TV Channel 13, 12/01/2013
Stress contributes to a host of health problems and many people find the holidays stressful. Dr. John Higgins shared stress management tips during this live interview with KTRK-TV Channel 13 reporter Jeff Ehling.
Memorial Examiner, 11/29/2013
Dr. Arthur L. Day,professor at UTHealth and a neurosurgeon at the Mischer Neuroscience Institute at Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center, has received one of the top honors awarded by the Congress of Neurological Surgeons.
HealthLeaders Media, 11/26/2013
A UTHealth study on pressure ulcers shows that patients may not need to be turned every two hours as a preventive measure, which has been common practice for decades.
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