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Physical ailments often confused with behavioral issuesAug 28, 2015
For some children a health problem could be to blame for acting up in class or even a drop in grades. Our experts say what might look like a behavioral issue could actually be a sign of hearing loss, sleep apnea or a voice problem.
Vocal health tips for teachersAug 26, 2015
According to our experts, back-to-school isn’t just for the students, teachers need to prepare, as well, by performing vocal warm-ups to keep their voice healthy during the school year.
Tips help students make successful college transitionAug 20, 2015
Back-to-school takes on new meaning for students heading off to college, and our experts offer some helpful tips to help with the new transition.
Quality, quantity of foods help prevent 'freshman 15'Aug 19, 2015
According to our experts, there are several things college students can do to ensure that they’re consuming nutritious foods and avoiding the dreaded ‘freshman 15.
Safety reminders for summertime activitiesAug 10, 2015
According to our experts, the warmer months are when children are more prone to certain injuries due to their increase in outdoor activities. These basic rules of thumb can help.
Global Health Hackathon: Where clinical problems meet innovative solutionsAug 6, 2015
What could happen when you put healthcare professionals, engineers and businesspeople in one room and give them 24 hours to solve some of the most challenging clinical problems from across the world?
Smartphone app for teens puts reliable health information at their fingertipsAug 5, 2015
A new app from the Baylor Teen Health Clinic puts healthcare information and resources at the fingertips of teens and young adults.
Baylor’s Dan L. Duncan Cancer Center receives highest National Cancer Institute designation – Comprehensive statusJul 30, 2015
The National Cancer Institute has awarded the Dan L. Duncan Cancer Center at Baylor College of Medicine the prestigious designation of a Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Sickle cell patients in Angola to receive important treatment through partnership programJul 23, 2015
Sickle cell disease patients who receive care through the public health service in Cabinda, Angola, Africa, will now have access to an important treatment for the disease.
Award-winning play raises awareness for Alzheimer’s disease in African-American communityJul 9, 2015
African-Americans are two times more likely to develop the debilitating neurological disorder and are less likely to have an early diagnosis, resulting in less treatment time.