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Friday, January 14, 9:46am ColumnsNews Highlights

Austin American-Statesman, January 14, 2011

Continuing to receive coverage is a guest column by UTMB’s Dr. Howard Brody on the importance of end-of-life discussions and whether Medicare will “step up” and provide physicians reimbursement for those discussions. The column also appears in the Houston Chronicle.   more »

Thursday, January 13, 10:39am ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, January 13, 2011

Evidence is growing that having a discussion sooner rather than later with your trusted personal physician about plans for late in life could pay off tremendously, wrote UTMB’s Dr. Howard Brody in this guest column. “Early discussions of one’s options at the end of life have now... more »

Wednesday, January 12, 11:58am ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, January 12, 2011

News in this week’s Inside UTMB: Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. casual luncheon and evening reception and awards ceremony; Dr. Scott Lea will present, “Influenza: Public health’s pet tiger”; Dr. David Callender addressed “Academic medicine and health reform: Opportunity... more »

Wednesday, January 12, 11:55am ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, January 12, 2011

Young children and pregnant women are at higher risk of iron deficiency because of rapid growth and higher iron needs, wrote UTMB Drs. Sally Robinson and Keith Bly in their Keeping Kids Healthy column. “Among children, iron deficiency is seen most often between 6 months and 3 years of age... more »

Wednesday, January 12, 11:52am ColumnsNews Highlights

KUHF-FM (88.7, Houston), January 8, 2011

In this week’s installment of Medical Discovery News, UTMB’s Norbert Herzog and David Niesel discuss benign paroxysmal positional vertigo. “While it’s happening, you don’t know up from down or left from right. These brief episodes of dizziness can be mild or intense.... more »

Monday, January 10, 10:35am ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, January 10, 2011

News in this week’s Inside UTMB: Cardiologists are now using the Impella 2.5; Michele Lockwood, Susanne Johnston, Michelle S. Mares and Tonya Campbell join the Employee Advisory Council; the department of patient services has moved to 5 North in Children’s Hospital; ResearchMatch.org... more »

Wednesday, January 5, 10:28am ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, January 5, 2011

In their Keeping Kids Healthy column, UTMB Drs. Sally Robinson and Keith Bly wrote about a new study that showed physical fitness improved brain function in children. It was found that children who were more physically fit had a larger hippocampus — the part of the brain involved with learning... more »

Wednesday, January 5, 8:54am ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, December 29, 2010

News in last week’s Inside UTMB: Holiday hours; Istvan Boldogh awarded a doctor honoris causa degree; UTMB medical student Greg Valentine selected to receive a 2011 AMA Foundation Excellence in Medicine Leadership Award; Ahmar Hashmi named to the student advisory council of the Global Health... more »

Monday, January 3, 1:30pm ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, December 25, 2010

In this guest column, Cynthia Venegas-Jepsen gives thanks for the presence of UTMB and the care she has received as a transplant candidate.    more »

Wednesday, December 22, 10:44am ColumnsNews Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, December 22, 2010

News in this week’s Inside UTMB: A modified clinic schedule has been put in place for the holidays; the pastoral care department now has a web presence, as does the Galveston Global Health Consortium; Jamie Heffernan, nurse manager of the Blocker Burn Unit at UTMB, presented “The burden... more »

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