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Church Central
Six more strategies for pastor burnoutof regular exercise!” (p. 42) According to US News and World Report, Madhukar
Six more strategies for pastor burnout
Church Central / Posted yesterday
of regular exercise!” (p. 42) According to US News and World Report, Madhukar Trivedi, professor of psychiatry at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, and others “have shown that burning 350 calories three times a... Read more
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The Verge
New migraine drugs promise relief — but at a steep pricesafety studies thus far look good, and hopefully they’ll come to market," says
New migraine drugs promise relief — but at a steep price
The Verge / Posted 2 days ago
safety studies thus far look good, and hopefully they’ll come to market," says Deborah Friedman, a neurology professor at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. "But I think we’re all concerned about the cost of these drugs." What... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
Boyfriend denies involvement, responsibility in Ashley Mason’s deathdied from an acute subdural hematoma, which is a bleeding around the brain. Dr
Boyfriend denies involvement, responsibility in Ashley Mason’s death
WSMV Nashville / Posted 5 days ago
died from an acute subdural hematoma, which is a bleeding around the brain. Dr. Craig Powell is a neurologist with the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. He said a bad fall could definitely cause a hematoma, as could any rapid... Read more
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FOX News
Researchers discover actual cause of GERDdamage to the lining of the esophagus in patients with gastroesophageal reflux
Researchers discover actual cause of GERD
FOX News / Posted 8 days ago
damage to the lining of the esophagus in patients with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). However, researchers at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and Dallas VA Medical Center have proven that it’s actually an inflammatory... Read more
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The Columbian
CyberKnife best-kept secret in prostate cancer fighttraditional approaches such as surgery or conventional radiation, according to
CyberKnife best-kept secret in prostate cancer fight
The Columbian / Posted 10 days ago
traditional approaches such as surgery or conventional radiation, according to a recent five-year study by researchers at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. The five-year cure rate for treatments such as surgery or radiation range... Read more
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iol.co.za
Men, you should worry about BRCA genesscreened for prostate cancer starting at age 40, according to Theodora Ross, di
Men, you should worry about BRCA genes
iol.co.za / Posted 10 days ago
screened for prostate cancer starting at age 40, according to Theodora Ross, director of the cancer genetics program at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. In addition, drugs called PARP inhibitors, which have been shown to benefit... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Defective 'breast cancer' genes aren't just dangerous for womenscreened for prostate cancer starting at age 40, according to Theodora Ross, di
Defective 'breast cancer' genes aren't just dangerous for women
Baltimore Sun / Posted 10 days ago
screened for prostate cancer starting at age 40, according to Theodora Ross, director of the cancer genetics program at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. In addition, drugs called PARP inhibitors, which have been shown to benefit... Read more
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ABC News
Microbiome Research Just Got a Mega Infusion of Cash“It is important to develop tools and experimental systems ... necessary for th
Microbiome Research Just Got a Mega Infusion of Cash
ABC News / Posted 12 days ago
“It is important to develop tools and experimental systems ... necessary for the analysis.” Dr. Atish Chopra is Chief Resident in General Surgery at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. He is a resident in the ABC News Medical... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Tupelo native takes NMHS leadership rolefrom the University of Chicago, he started taking pre-med classes. His medical
Tupelo native takes NMHS leadership role
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 13 days ago
from the University of Chicago, he started taking pre-med classes. His medical training took him to Emory University, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and Johns Hopkins University. He served on faculty at Johns Hopkins before... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Tupelo native takes NMHS leadership rolefrom the University of Chicago, he started taking pre-med classes. His medical
Tupelo native takes NMHS leadership role
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 13 days ago
from the University of Chicago, he started taking pre-med classes. His medical training took him to Emory University, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and Johns Hopkins University. He served on faculty at Johns Hopkins before... Read more
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The Gilmer Mirror
For Foster Kids a Push to Make Medical Care Treat Psychological Pain - For Foster Kids a Push to Make Medical Care Treat Psychological Pain by Edgar Walters The Texas Tribune May 10 2016 Throughout Mental Health Month in May The Texas Tribune is p...Health, a large, nonprofit hospital system in North Texas. Through Children’s H
For Foster Kids a Push to Make Medical Care Treat Psychological Pain - For Foster Kids a Push to Make Medical Care Treat Psychological Pain by Edgar Walters The Texas Tribune May 10 2016 Throughout Mental Health Month in May The Texas Tribune is p...
The Gilmer Mirror / Posted 15 days ago
Health, a large, nonprofit hospital system in North Texas. Through Children’s Health’s academic partnership with the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, the Rees-Jones Center has access to high-quality doctors, most of whom have... Read more
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Oregon Daily Emerald
New study suggests allergy medication can hinder athletic performance A recent study conducted by current and former University of Oregon researche
New study suggests allergy medication can hinder athletic performance
Oregon Daily Emerald / Posted 16 days ago
A recent study conducted by current and former University of Oregon researchers shows that common allergy medications — medically known as antihistamines — may have a negative... Read more
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ABC News
Extreme Weight Loss Linked to Slower Metabolism, Study FindsAtish Chopra contributed to this report. Chopra, a resident in ABC News' Medica
Extreme Weight Loss Linked to Slower Metabolism, Study Finds
ABC News / Posted 23 days ago
Atish Chopra contributed to this report. Chopra, a resident in ABC News' Medical Unit, is a general surgery resident at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and will be starting his vascular surgery fellowship at Oregon Health... Read more
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examiner.com
Step Up for Vitiligo: more to know about vitiligocaused the skin disorder, why it happened and what could be done about it. Thro
Step Up for Vitiligo: more to know about vitiligo
examiner.com / Posted 25 days ago
caused the skin disorder, why it happened and what could be done about it. Through writing the article I found out some of the answers to my questions and also attracted the attention of Nancy Balik FitzGerald who contacted me as a communication... Read more
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FOX News
Teen mothers struggle to follow safe infant sleep practicesdespite being aware of SIDS and having been told about the risk factors," said
Teen mothers struggle to follow safe infant sleep practices
FOX News / Posted 28 days ago
despite being aware of SIDS and having been told about the risk factors," said lead author Dr. Michelle Caraballo of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. The medical community is shifting away from the term "SIDS" and... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Teen mothers struggle to follow safe infant sleep practicesdespite being aware of SIDS and having been told about the risk factors,” said
Teen mothers struggle to follow safe infant sleep practices
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 28 days ago
despite being aware of SIDS and having been told about the risk factors,” said lead author Dr. Michelle Caraballo of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. The medical community is shifting away from the term “SIDS” and... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Teen mothers struggle to follow safe infant sleep practicesdespite being aware of SIDS and having been told about the risk factors,” said
Teen mothers struggle to follow safe infant sleep practices
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 28 days ago
despite being aware of SIDS and having been told about the risk factors,” said lead author Dr. Michelle Caraballo of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. The medical community is shifting away from the term “SIDS” and... Read more
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NBC Dallas Fort Worth
Subconcussive Football Impacts Can Cause Changes in the BrainA recent study done in part by the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Cen
Subconcussive Football Impacts Can Cause Changes in the Brain
NBC Dallas Fort Worth / Posted 30 days ago
A recent study done in part by the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center shows repeated impacts to the heads of high school football players can cause measurable changes in the brain, even if there was no concussion. UTSW released the... Read more
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FOX News
Sedentary time tied to coronary artery calciumrisk, by evaluating this early marker of atherosclerosis in the heart arteries,
Sedentary time tied to coronary artery calcium
FOX News / Posted a month ago
risk, by evaluating this early marker of atherosclerosis in the heart arteries," said study coauthor Julia Kozlitina of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. The researchers analyzed data on more than 2,000 participants in... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Sedentary time tied to coronary artery calciumrisk, by evaluating this early marker of atherosclerosis in the heart arteries,
Sedentary time tied to coronary artery calcium
Decclan Chronicle / Posted a month ago
risk, by evaluating this early marker of atherosclerosis in the heart arteries,” said study coauthor Julia Kozlitina of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. The researchers analyzed data on more than 2,000 participants in... Read more
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Newsmax
Sedentary Time Tied to Coronary Artery Diseaserisk, by evaluating this early marker of atherosclerosis in the heart arteries,
Sedentary Time Tied to Coronary Artery Disease
Newsmax / Posted 1 months ago
risk, by evaluating this early marker of atherosclerosis in the heart arteries," said study coauthor Julia Kozlitina of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. The researchers analyzed data on more than 2,000 participants in... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Sedentary time tied to coronary artery calciumrisk, by evaluating this early marker of atherosclerosis in the heart arteries,
Sedentary time tied to coronary artery calcium
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 1 months ago
risk, by evaluating this early marker of atherosclerosis in the heart arteries,” said study coauthor Julia Kozlitina of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. The researchers analyzed data on more than 2,000 participants in... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Infected mice can be better models for human diseaseswhile a postdoctoral researcher in Virgin's lab and who is now an assistant pro
Infected mice can be better models for human diseases
News-Medical-Net / Posted 1 months ago
while a postdoctoral researcher in Virgin's lab and who is now an assistant professor of immunology and microbiology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. "We don't know which organisms change the immune system in which way. That's... Read more

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