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Legionnaires' diseases, plague claim victims in US

KTRH Radio, 08/10/2015

Luis Ostrosky, M.D., commented on a Legionnaire's disease outbreak in this KTRH Radio story.


Sleep schedules are an important part of getting ready to go back to school

FOX 26 News, 08/10/2015

Thousands of school district students in the area resume classes on Monday, Aug. 24. Faculty members did a series of interviews in the FOX 26 News studios on how to get vacationing children ready for school, including this interview with Richard Castriotta, M.D., about school sleep schedules.


Architect of Americans with Disabilities Act

KPRC-TV Channel 2, 08/09/2015

On the latest segment of Houston Newsmakers on KPRC-TV Channel 2, disability rights champion Lex Frieden talked about the impact of disability legislation passed 25 years ago.


Dangers of medications amid extreme heat

KPRC-TV Channel 2, 08/07/2015

John Halphen, M.D., talked to KPRC-TV Channel 2 about the dangers of some prescription medications for the elderly during extreme heat.


Fighting back

HealthLEADER, 08/07/2015

In the latest edition of HealthLEADER, John Reveille, M.D., discusses common inflammatory or autoimmune diseases and their current treatments.


Doctor dedicates career to medical education, 08/06/2015 ran a feature story on program that sends UTHealth residents to a rural Chinese hospital.


How is technology affecting our brains?

Concur Magazine, 08/05/2015

Prashant Gajwani, M.D., is included in this Concur Magazine story about how technology is affecting our brains.


NYC Legionnaires outbreak - no threat to us

WOAI Radio in San Antonio, 08/05/2015

In an interview with Jim Forsyth from WOAI Radio in San Antonio, Susan Fisher-Hoch, M.D., said Legionnaires' disease comes from a single type of source and is not transferable from human to human.


The Q&A: Daniel R. Taber

The Texas Tribune, 08/05/2015

Daniel Taber, Ph.D., was interviewed by Texas Tribune reporter Polo Rocha about the importance of strong school nutrition policies. The story appeared in the Trib+Edu newsletter today.


Retired army veteran begins medical school and new career as a doctor

Houston Community Newspapers, 08/04/2015

Shannon Lyerly, an incoming medical school student, is featured in this Cypress Creek Mirror article about his experience in the military and choice to pursue a medical career.


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