Health & Wellness Tips
UT Southwestern’s Master of Clinical Nutrition student Jill Kuzniarek shares with us her famous stuffed acorn squash.
If you’re close to age 50 or older, your physician has probably been asking you to get checked for colon cancer. Which test is right for you?
Increasing the amount of olive oil or nuts in your diet may make your good cholesterol do its job better, says Dr. Anand Rohatgi, a preventive cardiologist at UT Southwestern Medical Center.
It's a twist on a popular Italian recipe, and it's chock-full of heart healthy ingredients.
If wine and chocolate are on the menu for Valentine’s Day, you might be doing your heart a tiny little favor, but moderation remains key, says Dr. Joseph Hill, Chief of Cardiology at UT Southwestern Medical Center.
It's comfort food without the guilt. Clinical dietitian Dr. Lona Sandon of UT Southwestern's School of Health Professions shows us a recipe big on taste, low on calories, and quick to bake.
A spoonful of peanut butter may help keep a peanut allergy away, but check first with your pediatrician.
If your health records indicate that you are allergic to penicillin, consider verifying that with an allergy test.
Although the HPV vaccine was made available in 2006 to help prevent cervical cancer, UT Southwestern Medical Center cancer specialists note it’s still important to get a Pap smear screening test as well.
When people think about postpartum depression, mothers are the primary focus, but studies have shown that up to 10 percent of fathers struggle with it as well.