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2020 Article Archive

Super Bowl parties can be nutritious, healthy

 

it’s important to have a game plan before tackling the Super Bowl spread.

Inspirational lesson: Educator, school family linked through living organ donation

 

A day earlier, a severely ill Nathaniel Jones received a healthy kidney from Sarah Schecter, a principal at his children’s school.

Long life, good health

 

The American Heart Association 2030 Impact Goals aim to help all people live healthier for more years of their life.

Southwestern Health Resources Accountable Care Network listed No. 1 in U.S. for Medicare savings for second straight year

 

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced that the Southwestern Health Resources Accountable Care Network (SWHR) saved more than $37 million in 2018.

AI can jump-start radiation therapy for cancer patients

 

Artificial intelligence can help cancer patients start their radiation therapy sooner – and thereby decrease the odds of the cancer spreading – by instantly translating complex clinical data into an optimal plan of attack.

Jeffery A. Chapman named Chair of UT Southwestern President's Advisory Board

 

Leading attorney Jeffrey A. Chapman assumes the role of Chair of the President’s Advisory Board (PAB) at UT Southwestern Medical Center.

Researchers uncover two-drug combo that halts the growth of cancer cells

 

A once-daily combination treatment for those with uncontrolled Type 2 diabetes amplifies the treatment’s effects – lowering both weight and the number of hypoglycemic events, and improving quality of life and glucose control ¬– and makes participants more likely to adhere to their medications.

UT Southwestern expands neurosurgical program to Texas Health Dallas

 

UT Southwestern Medical Center is expanding its neurological surgery program to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas.

UTSW researchers uncover new vulnerability in kidney cancer

 

Qing Zhang, Ph.D., and his colleagues identified a possible way to treat tumors while sparing nearby healthy tissue.

Study challenges concerns over hospital readmission reduction practices

 

A UT Southwestern study is challenging concerns that a federal health policy enacted in 2012 to reduce hospital readmissions leaves patients more vulnerable.