External News Coverage

Study: Vaccines do not cause autism

KTRH Radio, 07/02/2014

UTHealth researcher Dr. Charles Ericsson discussed a new study proving vaccines do not cause autism. 

 

Flame retardants are everywhere

New York Times, 07/01/2014

UTHealth's Dr. Arnold Schecter is the lead expert featured in a New York Times' wellness blog about flame retardants:

 

Wound care victories

McKnight's Long-Term Care News, 07/01/2014

UTHealth's Dr. Nancy Bergstrom's wound care victories are featured in this story from McKnight's.

 

Avoiding injuries related to mowing your lawn

Fox 26 News, 06/30/2014

Dr. Timothy Achor from UTHealth discussed lawn mower safety tips during an interview with Fox 26 News.

 

Nursing in Houston: The challenges and opportunities

KUHF's Houston Matters, 06/30/2014

UTHealth's Dr. Cathy Rozmus was a guest on Houston Public Media's Houston Matters radio program, where she discussed the state of nursing in Houston.

 

Could hepatitis C be eradicated?

Houston Chronicle, 06/27/2014

UTHealth's Dr. Michael Fallon is quoted in this Houston Chronicle story about hepatitis C.

 

Central Texas woman fighting VA, insists Agent Orange exposure

KEYE-TV, 06/26/2014

"It's considered molecule by molecule very toxic, one of the most toxic man-made chemicals," said Dr. Arnold Schecter with the UTHealth School of Public Health. Schecter is one of the world's leading experts on Agent Orange.

 

Texas border community wins health award

KERA Radio, 06/26/2014

A Texas border town is not the first place that comes to mind as a health-care pioneer. But despite waves of immigration and border challenges, Brownsville was chosen this week as one of six communities out of 250 around the country that’s created a culture of health through collaboration with the UT School of Public Health Brownsville Regional Campus, part of UTHealth.

 

Brownsville recognized for helping citizens lead healthier lives

KVEO -TV News Center 23, 06/25/2014

Brownsville has been awarded an RWJF Culture of Health prize for its innovative strategies to create a healthier city through collaborations with the UT School of Public Health Brownsville Regional Campus, part of UTHealth.

 

Eat less, dance more

Houston Chronicle, 06/25/2014

UTHealth professor Anil Kulkarni believes the adage, "You are what you eat." The leader in the new field of immunonutrition takes the old saying a step further: "Many diseases start from our diet."

 


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