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Monday, February 19, 10:04am News Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, Feb. 18, 2007 GALVESTON - When the 75th annual Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo opens Feb. 27, UTMB nurse Jill Bryant will be in the Reliant arena's spotlight singing the national anthem to more than 75,000 expected attendees. Clad in jeans, boots and western wear,... more »

Monday, February 19, 10:01am News Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, Feb. 19, 2007 GALVESTON - The University of Texas Medical Branch clinics will be open for business on Monday, President's Day, even though many employees will mark the day as a holiday. UTMB hospitals are always open and clinics will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For... more »

Friday, February 16, 3:55pm News Highlights

WOAI TV, San Antonio, Feb. 16, 2007 The family of man whose body had been donated for medical research discovered parts of his body were instead sold for profit. The body of Rolia Whitinger was donated for medical research to Galveston's University of Texas Medical Branch after he died of a heart... more »

Friday, February 16, 3:54pm Your HealthNews Highlights

United Press International, Newstrack-Science, Feb. 15, 2007 GALVESTON, Texas, Feb. 15 (UPI) -- U.S. medical scientists say they have discovered a technique that might lead to prevention of a fatal, virus-caused immune system failure. When a virus infects a person, it triggers a series of... more »

Friday, February 16, 3:53pm News Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, Feb. 16, 2007 GALVESTON - On June 16, her 35th birthday, the sharp stomach pains that had nagged Maria Alcorta for more than a year became unbearable. Alcorta, of Freeport, went to the hospital, where doctors gave her grim news. The divorced mother of three teenagers had... more »

Thursday, February 15, 9:14am News Highlights

KLTV, Channel 7, Tyler, Feb. 14, 2007 Judge Cynthia Kent says in her two decades on the bench, she's seen countless cases involving older criminals. She says longer sentences are the reason the elderly population is growing so fast in Texas jails.  "In the 80's, people were getting paroled out very... more »

Thursday, February 15, 9:12am News Highlights

Houston Chronicle, Feb. 15, 2007 Patricia Martinez no longer drives. The 59-year-old Baytown woman stopped a while back because of chronic health problems. So, when she was told that she would need weeks of daily radiation treatments for breast cancer, she was worried about how she would make the... more »

Thursday, February 15, 9:11am News Highlights

Biology News Net, Feb. 15, 2007 GALVESTON - When a virus infects a person, it triggers a series of biochemical reactions in immune-system cells that literally may have life or death consequences. Usually, the result is an effective immune response, leading to the elimination of the virus and the... more »

Thursday, February 15, 9:10am News Highlights

HULIQ.com, Public News Organization, Feb. 15, 2007 GALVESTON - When a virus infects a person, it triggers a series of biochemical reactions in immune-system cells that literally may have life or death consequences. Usually, the result is an effective immune response, leading to the elimination of... more »

Thursday, February 15, 9:08am News Highlights

Galveston County Daily News, Feb. 15, 2007 GALVESTON - Child experts have long understood that children will often express in art what they can't or won't say in words. For this reason, child life specialists at University of Texas Medical Branch Children's Hospital have used art therapy as part of... more »

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