2016 Article Archive
UT Southwestern Medical Center has received three major health care awards, including recognitions for being among the top 5 percent of hospitals on quality measures during 2016 and for top patient satisfaction scores.
Dr. Jonathan Cheng, Associate Professor of Plastic Surgery, has been appointed Chair Elect of the UT System Faculty Advisory Council Executive Committee. The UT System Faculty Advisory Council (UTSFAC or FAC) is an advisory group selected from faculty of UT System institutions.
As an infectious disease specialist, Dr. Trish Perl, sees Texas as a wonderland.
If winter means you’re headed to the slopes, remember that preparation is critical to avoiding injuries.
The next time you’re boiling mad, find a way to chill out before you hit the gym.
Autumn can be a wonderful time for walking in the woods and taking in the beauty of nature but for children with asthma, kicking up leaves could also kick up mold allergies.
Participation in school athletics should include a program for personal hygiene to help avoid staph infections and the MRSA bacteria.
As people turn on heating systems and light up fireplaces for the first time in months, the potential for carbon monoxide buildup in homes rises.
Researchers have identified the first two core genes that regulate the amount of deep sleep and dreaming, a key development they believe will lead to the discovery of a network of related genes controlling sleep.
Normal, healthy heart muscle is well-supplied with oxygen-rich blood. But UT Southwestern Medical Center cardiologists have been able to regenerate heart muscle by placing mice in an extremely low-oxygen environment.