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More evidence exercise may help fight depression

More evidence exercise may help fight depression

The study can't prove that exercise lifts depression, but adds much more confidence to what we know, said Dr. Madhukar Trivedi, director of the Comprehensive Center for Depression at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. Read More

How a no-touch thermometer detects a fever

How a no-touch thermometer detects a fever

No-touch thermometers were originally used in industry, from manufacturing to firefighting, and they're a trusted resource, says physiologist Dr. Benjamin Levine at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. It's very accurate at measuring whate Read More

Don't blame epidural analgesia for inpatient falls

Don't blame epidural analgesia for inpatient falls

Our study shows a troubling increasing trend in inpatient accidents and falls during admissions for thoracic and major upper abdominal surgery, but there is no association with epidurals in these accidents, said Tiffany Williams, MD, from the University o Read More

Exercise, diet, and sleep can improve MS symptoms

Exercise, diet, and sleep can improve MS symptoms

After discussing medication options with Shanan Munoz, a neurologist at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center’s MS clinic in Dallas, Ms. Foster started on MS drug Gilenya last January, and says she has been compliant with the daily oral do Read More