External News CoverageKTRH Radio, 07/02/2014
UTHealth researcher Dr. Charles Ericsson discussed a new study proving vaccines do not cause autism.
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:
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.
Fox 26 News, 06/30/2014
Dr. Timothy Achor from UTHealth discussed lawn mower safety tips during an interview with Fox 26 News.
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.
Houston Chronicle, 06/27/2014
UTHealth's Dr. Michael Fallon is quoted in this Houston Chronicle story about hepatitis C.
"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.
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.
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.
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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