Recent research has shown that everyday behavior, such as a person sneezing, can cause others to overreact out of basic fear, even for unrelated health threats. Read More
Cervical cancer rates have plummeted in the U.S. in the last half-century, thanks to Pap smears, but there are other steps women can take to help protect themselves. Read More
With winter winds howling, consider taking some preventive action against chapped hands and lips, UT Southwestern Medical Center dermatologists suggest. Read More
As New Year’s resolutions begin with the best of intentions, many people trying to lose weight study food labels to gauge the fat and calorie counts of their favorite treats. Read More
A vascular surgical technique pioneered at UT Southwestern Medical Center and designed to replace infected aortic grafts with the body’s own veins has proved more durable and less prone to new infection than similar procedures using synthetic and cadave Read More
The premise that hunger makes food look more appealing is a widely held belief – just ask those who cruise grocery store aisles on an empty stomach, only to go home with a full basket and an empty wallet. Read More
An international study authored by a UT Southwestern Medical Center researcher has concluded that the anemia drug darbepoetin alfa works no better than a placebo in several other applications previously thought to be promising. Read More
When Craig Harrison found out he would be the first patient in North Texas to have robot-assisted lung-tumor surgery, an operation performed at UT Southwestern Medical Center, he wasn’t nervous at all. Read More
Aided by next-generation DNA sequencing technology, an international team of researchers has gained insights into how more than 60 carcinogens associated with cigarette smoke bind to and chemically modify human DNA, ultimately leading to cancer-causing ge Read More
UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers have provided the most extensive account to date of the unique observable characteristics seen in patients with an extremely rare premature aging syndrome. Read More
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