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Houston Chronicle scholarships recognize 3 exceptional nursing students

Houston Chronicle, 05/05/2016

In the Houston Chronicle, read about nursing scholarships awarded to students Haley Edmiston and Kevin Schultz.

 

The hidden health costs for bisexuals

Yahoo! News, 05/04/2016

Vanessa Schick, Ph.D., was featured in a Yahoo! News story on the hidden health costs for bisexual individuals.

 

Beware of the bite

TMC Pulse, 05/04/2016

In observance of Lyme Disease Awareness Month, the TMC Pulse published an article featuring Steven Norris, Ph.D., and Charles Ericsson, M.D.:

 

Barbara J. Stoll, M.D.

TMC Pulse, 05/04/2016

The latest TMC Pulse magazine featured a Q&A with McGovern Medical School Dean Barbara J. Stoll, M.D.

 

Is your medicine ruining your workout?

U.S. News & World Report, 05/04/2016

John Higgins, M.D., addressed the impact of medications on exercise in this U.S. News & World Report article.

 

Medical errors are No. 3 cause of US deaths, researchers say

National Public Raio, 05/03/2016

Featured on NPR's national news program Morning Edition, Eric Thomas, M.D., M.P.H., commented on a report on fatalities caused by medical errors.

 

State spending more on mental health care, but waitlist for beds grows

The Texas Tribune, 05/01/2016

UTHealth Harris County Psychiatric Center COO Stephen M. Glazier was also quoted in the Tribune about a lack of psychiatric hospital beds.

 

Quality measurement and the shaky link to patient safety

MedPage Today, 05/01/2016

Dean Sittig, Ph.D., was included in a MedPageToday.com article on the link between quality measurement and patient safety.

 

Friday Feedback: The continuing problem of opioids and pain

MedPage Today, 04/29/2016

Michael Weaver, M.D., was interviewed by MedPage Today about whether opioids are overprescribed.

 

Heart attacks and strokes: Women vs. men

HealthLEADER, 04/28/2016

In the latest HealthLEADER, K. Lance Gould, M.D., and Louise McCullough, M.D., Ph.D., discussed the different ways women and men experience cardiovascular emergencies.

 


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