Baylor’s Evenings with Genetics program announces October seminar Sep 26, 2016 Evenings with Genetics returns on October 4 with a discussion on myotonic dystrophy, a genetic disorder characterized by progressive muscle weakness.
Identifying barriers to basic science research among academic surgeons Sep 22, 2016 Analysis: Clinical demands, work-life balance and increased administrative duties are the three main factors impeding surgeons’ ability to be successful in basic science research:
Post-operative outcomes in the VA improved in the last 15 years Sep 21, 2016 A study of the post-operative outcomes in the Veterans Health Administration shows that rates of complications and mortality following complications improved significantly within the VA during the last 15 years.
Feel confident in your own skin, makeup free Sep 12, 2016 Going makeup free has its benefits – and its supporters, with many celebrities getting behind the new makeup free trend.
Baylor College of Medicine expert says prepare for flu season now Sep 12, 2016 It takes about one to two weeks after receiving the vaccine to have full protection, meaning now is the time to get vaccinated.
School-time stress isn’t just for students Sep 8, 2016 Grandparents can play an important role in their grandchildren’s life during the school year, which can lead to stress.
Don’t be hard-headed about concussion recovery Sep 7, 2016 Pushing the brain too quickly after a concussion can potentially delay healing, said Dr. Craig DiTommaso, assistant professor of physical medicine and rehabilitation.
From the O-Line to the OR: Baylor College of Medicine's new sports medicine chief draws on his first-hand experience Sep 6, 2016 Dr. Mark Adickes finds ways to translate his NFL lineman experience to his practice and care for athletes in the clinic or on the operating table.
Baylor St. Luke’s announces new president Aug 29, 2016 CHI St. Luke’s Health–Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center (Baylor St. Luke’s) has appointed Gay Nord as its new President effective October 3.
Solving a 48-year-old mystery: scientists succeed at growing noroviruses in human intestinal cell cultures in the lab Aug 25, 2016 New development will let researchers explore and develop procedures to prevent and treat norovirus infection.