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Official Twitter account for the University of Texas Medical Branch, the oldest academic health center in Texas
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Running for 1 minute per day may protect women's bone health. via
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UTMB News Jul 19
Exercising is essential to good health, but if you are a beginner don't overdo it! via
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Spending a lot of extra time at the office? Beware. Those long hours could be damaging your .
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heat affects everyone, including our furry friends. Keep safe from these common summer health hazards.
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UTMB Health Jul 19
More pauses, filler words & other verbal changes may be early signs of mental decline, which can lead to
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UTMB Health Jul 18
Is pork good for you? It’s complicated.
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UTMB Health Jul 18
: Even if you can't follow a beat, your pupils do. A recent study shows pupils dilate in response to changes in musical beats.
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UTMB News Jul 17
As Houston braces for another brush with the peril of , learn more from UTMB's Scott Weaver: via
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UTMB Health Jul 17
Having a baby? Tour our new Labor, Delivery, Recovery Rooms in League City. View full schedule for 2017.
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UTMB News Jul 14
Check out UTMB's new study:
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UTMB Health Jul 14
Thanks for sharing!
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UTMB Health Jul 14
Replying to @BredondaRae
Happy to assist. Just sent you a DM to get further information.
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UTMB Health Jul 14
Replying to @tdmiller7
Thank you for the kind words, Todd.
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UTMB Health Jul 14
You missed a spot. Research shows, on average, only one-third of people apply the recommended amount of .
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UTMB Health Jul 13
Itchy eyes? Runny nose? Check out these remedies to help ease summer symptoms.
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UTMB Health Jul 13
Celebrate , but do so in moderation. Overconsumption can lead to serious health risks.
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UTMB Health Jul 13
Severe, ongoing stress can have damaging long-term affects on a child's brain. Read more:
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UTMB News Jul 13
UTMB protects the fetus during pregnancy collaboration w/
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UTMB Health Jul 13
Do Egg Donors Face Long-Term Risks?
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