People upset about stocks declining or in denial about their financial standing may wait until close to April 15 to file their federal tax returns. Read More
Voice problems are obvious to the ear, but not always to the eye. Read More
Recent federal approval for an alternative therapy can lead to a new lease on life for patients who don’t qualify for a heart transplant. Read More
With professional baseball’s season beginning this month, beer lovers might take note: New findings from researchers in California suggest that the silicon found in beer may help build stronger bones. Read More
DALLAS – April 7, 2010 – New findings by UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers suggest that the hormones leptin and insulin work together in specific neurons in the hypothalamus region of the brain to affect both the regulation of bloo Read More
Bruce A. Meyer, M.D., M.B.A, vice president for medical affairs at UT Southwestern Medical Center, has been named executive vice president for health system affairs, effective today. Read More
One of the most common causes of female infertility is a hormonal disorder of the ovaries that is difficult to diagnose because of its wide range of symptoms. Read More
Seeking treatment from a fertility specialist can be an overwhelming decision for couples, but discussing both the medical and financial aspects is important for making informed choices. Read More
Men can increase their fertility and the health of a pregnant partner with some simple steps, says Dr. Lisa Halvorson, an obstetrician/gynecologist at UT Southwestern Medical Center. Read More
DALLAS – April 1, 2010 – BioCenter at Southwestern Medical District offers a springboard to drive biomedical innovation in North Texas to business operations, from earliest stage startups exploring bold new ideas to established companies ne Read More
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