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One swimming pool parasite resistant to chlorine

FOX 26 News, 07/01/2015

During a FOX 26 News morning broadcast, Cynthia Chappell, Ph.D., commented on concerns about a pool parasite called Cryptosporidium.

 

Giving paws

TMC Pulse, 07/01/2015

Sandy Branson, Ph.D., Lisa Boss, Ph.D., Mara Baun, Ph.D., Duck-Hee Kang, Ph.D., and Nikhil Padhye, Ph.D., were included in the TMC Pulse cover story for their research on companion animals.

 

Industry seeing gains in EHR usability and safety, but challenges remain

iHealthBeat, 06/30/2015

Jiajie Zhang, Ph.D., and Dean Sittig, Ph.D., were interviewed for an article in iHealthBeat on efforts to make electronic health records more user friendly.

 

Sugar Land launched ambulance service without common medications

Houston Chronicle, 06/30/2015

Richard Bradley, M.D., was quoted in a Houston Chronicle story about the City of Sugar Land's emergency medical services.

 

Yang, Soifer: USAID reforms needed to save lives

Houston Chronicle, 06/29/2015

Pioneering work by the late Stanley Schultz, M.D., former dean of the Medical School, was included in a Houston Chronicle editorial.

 

Dismantling of nuclear barge underway in Galveston

Houston Chronicle, 06/28/2015

In a story published in today's Houston Chronicle, Robert "Safety Bob" Emery, Dr.P.H., addressed safety concerns with dismantling a nuclear barge.

 

Depression in older Americans

KPRC Radio's Fifty Plus, 06/28/2015

Carmel Dyer, M.D., was a guest on KPRC Radio's Fifty Plus program to discuss clinical depression in older Americans.

 

Dónde y por qué hacerte la prueba de VIH

Univision Salud, 06/26/2015

Adan Rios, M.D., was interviewed for a story on the Univision Salud website on the importance of HIV testing.

 

Recent rain spikes level of dangerous bacteria in waters

KPRC-TV Channel 2, 06/23/2015

Rain runoff is blamed for elevated bacteria levels at some lakes and beaches. Charles Ericsson, M.D., told KPRC-TV Channel 2 reporter Haley Hernandez that people with cuts or weakened immune systems may want to refrain from swimming in the Gulf.

 

Possible cancer clusters in east Harris County and Houston

Houston Public Media's KUHF Radio, 06/23/2015

Arch "Chip" Carson, M.D., Ph.D., spoke with Carrie Feibel, health and science reporter at Houston Public Media's KUHF Radio, about a study that found high rates of cancer in northeast Houston.

 


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