If an apple a day keeps the doctor away, can drinking noni or pomegranate juice, popping acai palm berry supplements or munching on wolfberries ward off cancer? Read More
Researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have uncovered new clues about how the intestine maintains friendly relations with the 100 trillion symbiotic bacteria that normally live in the digestive tract. Read More
Children whose mothers are successfully treated for depression show progressive and marked improvement in their own behaviors even a year after their moms discontinue treatment, new UT Southwestern Medical Center-led research shows. Read More
Research has shown that the chance of athletes ages 8 to 35 dying of a sudden cardiac arrest is similar to their chance of dying from a lightning strike. People in that age group are far more likely to die from cancer or automobile accidents. Read More
Recent studies show girls are reaching puberty earlier than any generation in history, with about 15 percent of girls in the U.S. starting by age 7. Compare that to the average age of 14 for a girl to reach puberty back in 1900. Read More
When fighting off sagging facial features, it’s not always about what’s on the outside. Read More
Cancer researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center are helping unlock the cellular-level function of the telomerase enzyme, which is linked to the disease’s growth. Read More
A UT Southwestern Medical Center researcher has identified the most comprehensive measurement to date of estrogen’s effect on breast cancer cells, showing for the first time how immediate and extensive the effect is. Read More
Dr. Bruce Beutler, an internationally recognized leader in immunology and member of the National Academy of Sciences, has been appointed the founding director of a new Center for the Genetics of Host Defense at UT Sou Read More
The National Academy of Sciences today elected Luis F. Parada, Ph.D., chairman of developmental biology at UT Southwestern Medical Center, to membership, representing one of the highest honors attainable by an American scientist. Read More
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