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Autumn is a great time to take healthy walks, the weather is cool & crisp and the scenery is beautiful!
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UTMB News Sep 21
In SCI Cafe, UTMB experts have fun & interesting discussions with community members at Mod coffeehouse in Galveston. It's tonight at 5:30!
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UTMB News Sep 21
UTMB's Med Disc News docs are avail on , their site (see link below), various NPR stations & various newspapers incl.
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UTMB News Sep 20
UTMB scientists gain new insight on why some pregnant women go into labor too early. Learn more:
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UTMB News Sep 20
UTMB again achieves Magnet recognition for nursing excellence. Learn more:
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SPACE.com Sep 20
Space Lung Tissue Experiment Returns to Earth
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UTMB News Sep 19
Learn more about mosquitoes in the wake of Harvey & Irma from UTMB's Scott Weaver: via
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UTMB News Sep 18
Giving Migraine Treatments the Best Chance
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UTMB News Sep 15
UTMB earns a prestigious national award for superior quality and care provided to patients. Learn more:
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UTMB News Sep 13
Texas Calls in U.S. Air Force to Counter Post-Storm Surge in Mosquitoes via
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Texas Medical Center Sep 11
Stress can affect sleep, which is essential for good health. offers tips to help you get some shut-eye.
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Jeff R Temple, PhD Sep 10
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UTMB News Sep 11
Can Zika Be A Treatment For Brain Cancer? via
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UTMB News Sep 8
Is the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey keeping you up at night? Read more to get a good night's sleep.
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UTMB CIRWH Sep 8
CIRWH Director Dr. Abbey Berenson discusses her new study on decline in HPV infections among unvaccinated women:
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UTMB CIRWH Sep 8
CIRWH study shows HPV infections dropping in unvaccinated women, a sign of emerging herd immunity:
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UTMB Health Sep 7
Researchers develop Lassa fever treatment effective eight days after infection. Read more:
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UTMB News Sep 7
Great story about babies who were cared for at UTMB during Harvey.
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UTMB News Sep 6
Students are on campus and classes have started. No storm is holding these future health care providers back.
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Richard Pizzi Sep 6
Researchers develop Lassa fever treatment effective eight days after infection via
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