This study found that even before the child is born, factors such as severe maternal obesity and gestational diabetes were associated with three times the likelihood of severe obesity in kindergartners. Read More
A UT Southwestern Medical Center-based study proves that Gulf War illness stems from damage to the body’s autonomic nervous system, which controls heart rate, sweating, digestion, sleep, and other bodily processes running in the background. Read More
Instructed by UTSW Diabetes Educator and Dietitian Regina Bonnette, the 12-session Diabetes Prevention Class class helps participants enact healthy lifestyle changes, elevate activity levels, and set healthy goals. Read More
By developing sensible attitudes and by using sound judgment, you can reduce the risk of becoming a crime victim. Read More
Presenting the annual Patricia and William L. Watson Jr., M.D., Lecture, Dr. Bradford Berk, Chief Executive Officer of the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC), laid out his vision of how health care can be best delivered. Read More
Some might say Dr. Eric Olson, Chair of Molecular Biology, has friends in high places. So high, in fact, that his admiration of the Dallas Mavericks led him to Germany recently to help present an award to 7-foot-tall Mavs forward Dirk Nowitzki. Read More
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Patient turns to UTSW for help with disabling sleep disorder Read More
No one knows how long Wayne Crews lay unconscious at the farm that has been in his family for three generations. Read More
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