November 2009 News Tips

Alzheimer’s need not bring driving to an abrupt stop
Taking the keys away from a person with Alzheimer’s disease can be one of the most emotional situations a family faces. Read More

Sip on this: Tea is not just good, it’s good for you 
Tea has long been heralded for its antioxidant content that promotes heart health and may reduce cancer risk, but new research suggests that the drink — black tea, in particular — may also help control blood sugar. Studies from different countries suggest that a lifetime consumption of at least two to four cups of tea per day reduces the incidence of type 2 diabetes. Read More

Self-injectable facial fillers are a dangerous choice
People seeking a cut-rate fix to frown lines and wrinkles should be wary of self-injectable facial fillers offered on the Internet, plastic surgeons at UT Southwestern Medical Center warn. Read More

Give little kitchen helpers the gift of safety
In this season of holiday cooking, our check list of necessities should include kitchen safety and supervision, especially if young children are in the house. Read More

###


To automatically receive news releases from UT Southwestern via e-mail, subscribe at www.utsouthwestern.org/receivenews

 

Share: