External News Coverage

Texas Medical Center legacy makers featuring Dr. Red Duke

Houston Lifestyles & Homes, 04/02/2014

Houston Lifestyles & Homes published a feature story about George Hermann and UTHealth's Dr. Red Duke.


Alzheimer's disease hits women harder

Fox 26 News, 04/01/2014

UTHealth's Dr. Paul Schulz discusses the risk factors for Alzheimer's disease and why women may be more susceptible. 


Marriage good for the heart

KTRH radio, 04/01/2014

A recent study of 3.5 million adults showed those who were married had less heart disease and healthier blood vessels than people who were single, divorced or widowed. UTHealth cardiologist John Higgins says marriage allows you to tackle stress like money or children together, thus lowering stress on the heart.


What Can We Do About Junk Science?

Popular Mechanics, 04/01/2014

UTHealth's Dr. Robert "Safety Bob" Emery is the lead expert in this magazine article about junk science. Emery debunks research linking 14,000 American deaths to fallout from Japan's Fukushima nuclear accident. The story is published in the April issue of Popular Mechanics.


Heart rate monitoring helps improve workouts

FOX 26 News, 03/31/2014

UTHealth's Dr. John Higgins recommends that exercisers monitor their heart rate to achieve their fitness goals.


No hay pretexto para el exito

Semana News, 03/30/2014

UTHealth medical student Wendy Alcanter discusses various achievements prior to her next adventure as an emergency medicine resident.


Multiple sclerosis forum

KPRC-TV Channel 2, 03/29/2014

UTHealth's Dr. Jerry Wolinsky was in the KPRC-TV Channel 2 studios to provide important medical information about multiple sclerosis and discuss a public forum set for April 4 on the UTHealth campus.


One in 68 children born in U.S. has autism spectrum disorder, report shows

NewsFix Channel 39, 03/28/2014

UTHealth's Dr. Deborah Pearson discusses the prevalence of autism spectrum disorders among children and the importance of early diagnosis and intervention.


(Not So) simple tastes

HealthLeader, 03/26/2014

There is important connection between taste buds and eating habits.


Team Ritter looking for runners for NYC Marathon

The Bay Area Citizen, 03/26/2014

The John Ritter Foundation for Aortic Health, selected as an official charity of the 2014 TCS New York City Marathon in November, is recruiting members for Team Ritter. Proceeds raised by members of Team Ritter will go to the John Ritter Research Program (JRRP) in Aortic and Vascular Disease at UTHealth.


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