External News CoverageAmerican Medical News, 05/06/2013
In this American Medical News piece, Dr. John Halphen writes about caregivers’ boundaries when speaking for patients.
Family Practice News, 05/06/2013
Race and weight seem to work in concert to drive up blood pressure in Hispanic and white children, a study by UTHealth's Dr. Joshua Samuels has shown. Samuels is quoted in this Family Practice News story about his research on children and obesity.
KPRC-TV Channel 2, 05/05/2013
Brian Wilson, a UTHealth recruiter, visited the KPRC-TV Channel 2 studio to discuss the upcoming job fair for military veterans.
KPRC-TV Channel 2, 05/03/2013
The Food and Drug Administration is reviewing the safety of an ingredient found in antibacterial liquid soaps that help kill bacteria because it might increase the risk of infertility and early puberty. UTHealth's Dr. Kelly Wirfel was interviewed for this KPRC story addressing the issue.
MedPage Today, 05/02/2013
A poorer cardiovascular risk profile correlates with poorer cognitive function, even among young adults, a population-based study showed. UTHealth's Dr. John Higgins was interviewed for a story based on this study linking cardiac risk factors and decreased brain function.
NewsFix Channel 39, 05/02/2013
UTHealth's Dr. John Higgins is featured in this NewsFix story about caffeinated gum and related health concerns.
West University Buzz, 05/01/2013
UTHealth professor Lex Frieden is featured in this month's "Travel Buzz" article about traveling with limited mobility in the West University Buzz.
Dr. Elda Ramirez is quoted in this week’s HealthLeader story addressing intimate partner violence.
News 92FM, 04/30/2013
The Affordable Care Act or Obamacare is being phased in, leading up to 2014 when the health insurance marketplace comes into being. Dr. Pauline Rosenau is the first of several UTHealth faculty members to be interviewed for this News 92 FM weekly series on the Act.
American Medical News , 04/29/2013
Evidence shows that tools used in primary care may help identify adults at increased risk of suicide but have limited ability to detect the risk in adolescents. Dr. Michelle Barratt is quoted in this American Medical News article about screenings for suicide.
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