Though rare, breast cancer in men does occur. It accounts for less than 1 percent of all new breast-cancer cases in the U.S., but each year about 400 men die from it. Read More
Breast cancer is expected to kill nearly 40,000 women in the U.S. this year, while another 207,000 will be diagnosed with the disease. With early detection, however, breast cancer has one of highest survival rates – nearly 90 percent of women dia Read More
We all realize that working out is an important way to protect against heart disease, obesity and hypertension, but exercise can also play a role in contributing to your lung health, according to doctors at UT Southwestern Medical Center. Read More
Too much sugar is blamed for a variety of health problems including diabetes and obesity. Medical professionals advise us to enjoy added sugars in “moderation,” but how much is too much? Read More
Caring for a child with an Autism Spectrum Disorder can be a stressful experience, but there is also hope, says a child psychiatrist at UT Southwestern Medical Center. Read More
More people are drinking than 20 years ago, according to a UT Southwestern Medical Center analysis of national alcohol consumption patterns. Read More
Luckily for Mr. Giammalva, his condition could be fixed via single-incision, robot surgery by UT Southwestern Medical Center physicians, the only team in North Texas now doing the procedure. Read More
Stephanie Martinez had one of the most universal desires – to shed a few stubborn inches from her waist, hips and thighs – without harsh diets, needles or other surgical interventions that require staying at home and taking time off from work. Read More
DALLAS – Sept. 17, 2010 – UT Southwestern Medical Center investigators have uncovered new insights on adolescent fighting: what triggers it, and how to stem it. Read More
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