Hot, humid summer weather can be uncomfortable for anyone, but for people with multiple sclerosis (MS) the heat can cause the recurrence of MS symptoms. Read More
DALLAS – May 27, 2010 – For two decades, the laboratory mouse has been the workhorse of biomedical studies and the only mammal whose genes scientists could effectively and reliably manipulate to study human diseases and conditions. Read More
It's not always practical to head to the doctor's office every time a new spot shows up on your skin. But there are ways to help evaluate whether the spot or mole deserves special attention, says Read More
As part of a multicenter study, UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers have identified a series of chemical compounds that might serve as starting points for the identification of new classes of anti-malarial drugs. Read More
Few things are as aesthetically pleasing as a beautiful garden. But many flowers commonly used for their beauty are toxic if eaten and could pose a threat to young children. Read More
A headache can be mild or excruciating, but the degree of pain isn’t necessarily a sign of how serious it is.“A headache may stem from a harmless problem, or it might be a sign of a life-threatening disorder,” says Read More
As the summer heat drives people into swimming pools and lakes, it’s important to remember that those refreshing dips can lead to excruciatingly painful ear infections. Read More
About 7,000 people are bitten by venomous snakes annually in the U.S. Most of the bites occur between April and October, when outdoor activities are popular. Read More
As the mercury rises across the country, many people venture into oppressive heat without taking any precautions. Read More
Individuals headed abroad this summer should get their jabs in early. Read More
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