DALLAS - Dec. 26, 2003 - A record 18.4 percent of the nearly $149 million UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas spent on purchases last fiscal year went to minority- and women-owned businesses affiliated with the state's Historically Underutilized B Read More
DALLAS - Dec. 25, 2003 - People with McArdle's disease - a condition marked by low tolerance for exercise and high risk of activity-related muscle injury - can dramatically improve their exercise tolerance by consuming a soft drink or equivalent before Read More
DALLAS - Dec. 19, 2003 - Dallas barbers are helping physicians cut high blood pressure among African-American men, the group with the highest rate of uncontrolled hypertension in the United States. Read More
DALLAS - Dec. 4, 2003 - Dermatologists at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas are conducting a survey to accurately assess the number of Hispanic women in the Dallas and Fort Worth area with melasma, a skin disease that causes patchy - sometimes d Read More
DALLAS - Dec. 18, 2003 - For men who suffer from enlargement of the prostate, also called benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), combining two classes of drugs reduces the risk of significant worsening of symptoms and other BPH complications by 66 percent Read More
DALLAS - Dec. 16, 2003 - A drug proven effective in controlling epileptic seizures also appears to treat one form of spasticity in multiple sclerosis patients, report researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. Spasticity is a key factor i Read More
DALLAS - Dec. 1, 2003 - Deleting a particular ion channel from sperm cells causes those cells to lose the power needed for fertilization, researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas found while expanding studies into male infertility. Read More
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