External News Coverage

Pain in your neck might be your smartphone

NewsFix Channel 39, 11/20/2014

Rex Marco, M.D., was included in a story that aired on NewsFix Channel 39 about how craning your neck to text on your phone can lead to neck and back pain.


The number of homeless teens is on the rise

NewsFix Channel 39, 11/20/2014

Diane Santa Maria, Dr.P.H., M.S.N., R.N., spoke to a NewsFix Channel 39 reporter about the homeless youth population in Houston.


Successful outcome prompts early end to sickle cell anemia clinical trial

Reuters, 11/20/2014

A clinical trial involving Barry Davis, M.D., Ph.D., has been closed early due to the success of using hydroxyurea to treat sickle cell anemia pediatric patients. Read more in this Reuters article.


How to convince people to stop smoking? Cold hard cash

WOAI Radio, 11/18/2014

Darla Kendzor, Ph.D., spoke with a reporter from WOAI Radio about new research showing that small financial incentives double the quit rate among socioeconomically disadvantaged smokers.


Beyond obesity: Does a Western diet make you stupid?

RadioMD, 11/18/2014

John Higgins, M.D., discussed a reported link between obesity and mental sharpness on a RadioMD medical program hosted by Melanie Cole.


Los niños también pueden sufrir de artritis

Univision Houston Channel 45, 11/18/2014

Kenya Parks, M.D., was included in a story about juvenile arthritis that aired on Univision Houston Channel 45.


Diet myth exploded: Gradual weight loss no better than rapid weight loss

RadioMD, 11/18/2014

John Higgins, M.D., addressed a popular diet myth during a guest appearance on a RadioMD sports medicine show called "Train Your Body".


UTHealth’s inaugural gala shoots for the stars

Houston Chronicle, 11/17/2014

UTHealth's first-ever Constellation Gala began with a bang at the Hilton Americas-Houston last Friday as more than $1.8 million had been raised for student scholarships and faculty endowments before the ballroom doors swung open.


A simple pop health solution with big ROI

Government Health IT, 11/17/2014

Stephanie Parker, R.N., was interviewed for this Government Health IT story about the potential financial benefits of the UTHealth Mobile Stroke Unit.


Star-studded gala honoring a legendary Duke brings in nearly $2 million for UTHealth

CultureMap, 11/17/2014

Stars shone brightly inside the Hilton Americas-Houston on Friday night as UTHealth honored Dr. James H. “Red” Duke, Jr. and all of its star clinicians, scientists and researchers who are advancing the future of health care. 


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