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Tuesday, April 8, 6:00am Columns

Abilene Reporter-News, April 8, 2014 - (Link unavailable)

Medical Discovery News  By Drs. David Niesel and Norbert Herzog  In tales, bats are feared because they could be blood-sucking vampires in disguise. Obviously, Dracula isn’t real, but science has recently uncovered a dark secret that bats have been keeping: viral... more »

Tuesday, April 8, 6:00am Columns

Galveston County Daily News, April 8, 2014 - (Link unavailable)

By Douglas Paddon-Jones You’re probably sitting down while reading this editorial. Did you grab a coffee, pull up a chair and open the newspaper (or go online)? That’s what I do. I get up early, exercise, prepare breakfast and then sit down to catch up on the daily news. Then I drive... more »

Tuesday, April 8, 6:00am Columns

Galveston County Daily News, April 8, 2014 - (Link unavailable)

The Lunch Bunch UTMB’s Dr. Victor Sierpina, board-certified professor in both integrative and family medicine, will present “Alternative medicine: A holistic approach to health” at today’s meeting of the Lunch Bunch from noon to 1 p.m.at the UTMB Specialty Care Center at... more »

Wednesday, April 2, 8:52am Columns

Galveston County Daily News, April 2, 2014

Keeping Kids Healthy By Drs. Sally Robinson and Keith Bly Here is some information on ear infections and smoking in children’s living space. Ear infections are common in children. They include acute otitis media, which is an infection in the middle ear space associated with pain... more »

Tuesday, April 1, 8:41am Columns

Galveston County Daily News, April 1, 2014

By Dr. Victor S. Sierpina Driving a car actually takes a lot of skills. It is a daily example of complex multi-tasking. Since most of us have been doing it so long, it can seem automatic. Yet just think of how many tasks — or switches between what we are paying attention to —... more »

Tuesday, April 1, 6:00am Columns

Abilene Reporter-News, April 1, 2014 - (Link unavailable)

Medical Discovery News  By Drs. David Niesel and Norbert Herzog  A biotech startup company called uBiome has adopted the concept of crowdsourcing, using the Internet to rally people around a cause, for research on the human microbiome. The microbiome is all the microscopic flora and... more »

Tuesday, April 1, 6:00am Columns

Galveston County Daily News, April 1, 2014 - (Link unavailable)

Urgent care clinic extends weekend hours After work and on the weekends, people suffer hammered thumbs or wrenched ankles that require immediate attention but not a visit to the emergency room. On April 5, the Urgent Care clinic at the UTMB Multispecialty Care Center at Victory Lakes will be... more »

Wednesday, March 26, 6:00am Columns

Galveston County Daily News, March 26, 2014

Keeping Kids Healthy  By Drs. Sally Robinson and Keith Bly It’s important for parents to remember that not all poisons are in the garage or basement. A number of poisons can be found throughout the house. Small children are both curious and fast, so parents have to exercise... more »

Tuesday, March 25, 6:00am Columns

Abilene Reporter-News, March 25, 2014 - (Link unavailable)

Medical Discovery News By Drs. David Niesel and Norbert Herzog Even a child can explain why cheating is wrong. Students are well-warned about the consequences that ensue, and adults know the legal implications. Yet cases of cheating continue to emerge in classrooms, boardrooms and newsrooms.... more »

Tuesday, March 25, 6:00am Columns

Galveston County Daily News, March 25, 2014 - (Link unavailable)

Inside UTMB  - Diabetes Alert Day Today is the American Diabetes Association Alert Day, a “wake-up call" asking people to take the Diabetes Risk Test, a simple online quiz that assesses potential risk factors for pre-diabetes or type 2 diabetes. Go to www.diabetes.org to determine... more »

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