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Do parenting classes work?

Slate.com, 01/19/2016

Research from the Children's Learning Institute was featured in this Slate.com article on parenting classes and their effect on children's brain development.

 

Wellness programs don't always work

KTRH Radio, 01/19/2016

Jocelyn Szeto, M.D., spoke with KTRH Radio reporter Nikki Courtney about the importance of wellness programs in the workplace.

 

Who Is caring for cancer survivors: Oncologists or PCPs?

Medscape, 01/18/2016

Bijal Balasubramanian, Ph.D., was interviewed by a reporters from Medscape.com about who is caring for cancer patients.

 

Area hospitals see spike in RSV cases in kids

Houston Chronicle, 01/17/2016

Robert Lapus, M.D., was quoted in a Houston Chronicle story about an increase in respiratory syncytial virus cases.

 

Stem cell treatment could help paralyzed patients move

Houston Chronicle, 01/15/2016

Dong Kim, M.D., and a patient were featured in a Houston Chronicle story about regenerative medicine research.

 

Low-cost mosquito mesh good alternative for hernia repair in poor countries

HealthDay, 01/13/2016

Mike Liang, M.D., was featured in an article by the HealthDay news service on the use of mosquito netting to repair hernias in people who live in developing countries.

 

Patricia Lopez shares brother's stroke story to help others

KTRK-TV Channel 13 , 01/13/2016

Amrou Sarraj, M.D., and a patient were featured in a KTRK-TV Channel 13 story about stroke in younger adults.

 

Pertussis outbreak hits Florida preschoolers

MedPage Today, 01/13/2016

In this MedPage Today story, Catherine Troisi, Ph.D., commented on the possible cause of a pertussis outbreak among preschool children in Florida

 

What Houston can teach other cities battling the urban diabetes epidemic

The Texas Tribune, 01/12/2016

In an editorial that was published in TribTalk, a publication of the Texas Tribune, Stephen Linder, Ph.D., discussed the urban obesity epidemic with fellow researchers from the Cities Changing Diabetes initiative.

 

Breastfeeding beneficial for new moms

KPRC-TV Channel 2, 01/12/2016

Pamela Berens, M.D., was quoted in a KPRC-TV Channel 2 story about the benefits of breastfeeding for moms.

 


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