External News CoverageKUHF Houston Matters, 04/17/2014
In this segment, Dr. Cathy Guttentag of the Children's Learning Institute discussed autism signs, diagnosis and treatment.
In line with Team UTHealth's participation at the Houston March for Babies event on April 27, Drs. Sean Blackwell and Mary Austin discuss the dangers associated with premature births in this week's Health Leader.
U.S. News & World Report, 04/16/2014
Millions of Americans are misdiagnosed by their doctors every year, potentially worsening their illnesses or injuries and posing “a substantial patient safety risk,” a new study finds. UTHealth's Dr. Eric Thomas is quoted in the article.
Fox 26 News, 04/16/2014
At the UTHealth Medical School, Dr. Cesar Arias and his colleagues have discovered a new form of the super-bug "MRSA" - a strain of staph bacteria fully immune to the once powerful antibiotic Vancomycin. "All the antibiotics we used to treat this we can't do anymore," said Arias.
KTRH Radio, 04/15/2014
A Houston doctor says some new study results suggest taking long naps might impact your health, negatively. UTHealth family practitioner Dr. Deepa Vasudevan says she thinks power naps can be good, but the results of the British study show this is something which needs to be looked at more closely.
La Voz, 04/13/2014
En algunos casos, el paciente tiene temor a aparecer como irrespetuoso, algo que sucede en particular con los latinos, dice el doctor Luis Ostrosky, especialista en enfermedades infecciosas del Centro de Ciencias Médicas de la Universidad de Texas, en Houston.
Univision Houston, 04/12/2014
Salud es vida, experto de UTHealth habla sobre esta bacteria que se caracteriza por comer la carne.
San Antonio Express-News, 04/12/2014
In this article, read about what the School of Public Health's Brownsville Regional Campus is doing to combat obesity. “We knew there was a lot of obesity and diabetes walking around, but how much is a lot?” said Joseph McCormick, regional dean of the Brownsville campus. “We wanted to be able to have some sense of who is at risk and why.”
Houston Chronicle, 04/12/2014
Dr. Susan Landry of the Children's Learning Institute is featured in this Houston Chronicle article on high-quality pre-K programs.
Even with a recent national decline in childhood obesity, there is still work to be done. This week in HealthLeader, our experts from the Michael & Susan Dell Center for Healthy Living discuss how local communities are the key to making our children healthier.
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