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Texas Health Journal Feb 16
The goal, says Dr. Alex Vo, is that eventually we won't even talk about "telemedicine" anymore. It will just be part of medicine. Read more at
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The CDC statement today that the flu vaccine is working OK mirrors what UTMB predicted earlier. The flu shot works. Call 409 772 6397 to interview our flu expert.
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UTMB News Feb 15
“I think it’s okay, if you’re a kid, to go to a teacher and say, ‘Hey, I’m worried about John.'” expert tells for their story on how to help kids spot and report signs of violence before tragedy strikes
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SealyCenter on Aging Feb 15
Raji Mukaila, MD, MS, FACP has been selected as one of the 2018 recipients of the Excellence in Clinical Teaching Awards, recognizing faculty who excel in teaching students and residents in clinical settings.
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UTMB News Feb 15
Join Dr. Elena Volpi at tonight's SCi Cafe , 2126 Postoffice St, in Galveston at 5:30 p.m. as she discusses, "Nutrition, Exercise and Sarcopenia".
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SealyCenter on Aging Feb 15
TUES Feb 20: Community welcome! Lefeber on 5-6pm Goldie S. Byrd, PhD, will present, "Alzheimer’s Disease in African Americans: Unraveling Genetics Using a Campus and Community Based Model for Recruitment, Inclusion and Empowerment"
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UTMB News Feb 14
FDA approves first blood test to help diagnose concussions via
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Chris Roundy Feb 12
and others discussing the development of chikungunya vaccines
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UTMB News Feb 14
Roses are red, violets are blue, now keep your Valentine from getting the . Happy !
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UTMB Health Feb 14
Work these 5 healthy habits into your routine to prevent heart disease and show your heart some love on Valentine’s Day and beyond.
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David Niesel Feb 13
It is Not just for the Common Cold Anymore -
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UTMB News Feb 13
Can gene therapy be harnessed to fight the AIDS virus?
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SealyCenter on Aging Feb 12
Galveston Community: Dr. Volpi will present, "Nutrition, Exercise and Sarcopenia" at Sci Cafe this week, 2/15 5:30-6:30pm at Mod Coffee House call for info 409-772-9136
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UTMB Health Feb 9
UTMB's Interprofessional Nursing Simulation Center offers nursing and medical students a unique opportunity to collaborate and practice together in preparation to work in teams in the real world. More at →
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Bioengineer.org Jan 27
UTMB researchers find first direct evidence that A. aegypti mosquito transmits Zika virus-
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Dr. James Lozada Feb 3
Congratulations to MFM and friends and colleagues on this important, award-winning work at !
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KellyR Feb 3
establishes institute to lead research, development of | PressReleasePoint
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Texas Medical Center Feb 2
Welcome to the worst flu season in recent history. For most, the flu is a temporary misery, but it can also be fatal. An infectious disease expert, at , answered questions about the flu & its treatment.
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UTMB News Feb 1
Support Go Red For Women by participating in National on Friday, Feb. 2. Heart disease & stroke cause 1 in 3 deaths among women each year. But, we can change that. 80 percent of cardiac & stroke events may be prevented with education & action.
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Institute for Human Infections & Immunity (IHII) Feb 1
IHII's Dr. Alfredo Torres and his fellow melioidosis experts have a new review paper out today in Nature Reviews Disease Primers
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