Investigadores de UT Southwestern Medical Center en Dallas buscan pacientes para participar en estudios médicos sobre osteoporosis, depresión recurrente y dolor de espalda baja. Read More
Universal screening of newborns' hearing at large public hospitals, which annually deliver tens of thousands of babies, can be done more effectively when infants are not only tested four hours after birth - as required by many states. Read More
Using the common fruit fly, researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have discovered that an intricate set of signals released by stem cells' surroundings governs their maintenance. Read More
DALLAS - Jan. 25, 2005 - Jumping on that treadmill or bike is not only good for one's health, but also can help significantly reduce depression, researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have found. Read More
Heart patients with gastrointestinal complications should use low doses of aspirin combined with drugs that treat stomach ulcers rather than taking the anti-platelet drug Plavix, which has been thought to reduce bleeding ulcers. Read More
DALLAS - Jan. 19, 2005 - How do insects smell? Badly, according to a new study, if they lack a certain kind of protein critical to their ability to detect and interpret pheromones - the insect equivalent of Read More
DALLAS - Jan. 13, 2005 - Offering brief substance-abuse counseling in emergency rooms and trauma centers to injured patients who are under the influence of alcohol could save U.S. hospitals almost $2 billion a year, according to a surgeon at UT Southwe Read More
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