Caffeinated drinks associated with decreased risk of liver scarring Apr 14, 2015 Modest daily consumption of caffeinated drinks like coffee, tea and soda associated with less advanced liver scarring in people with hepatitis C.
New ways to flush out sinus infections Apr 6, 2015 New sinus therapeutics, including baby shampoo sinus irrigation and probiotic sinus rinses, can lessen symptoms and ward off sinus infections.
Experts ramp up efforts to improve TB testing in children Mar 24, 2015 Experts from around the world, including Baylor, call for continued and increased focus on providing more accurate tuberculosis testing.
Athletic trainers cover all bases for sports teams Mar 17, 2015 Athletic trainers' specialty is centered around appropriate sports medicine care on the field, from pre-injury all the way through post-injury.
Baylor sports medicine expert addresses great debate on running versus walking Mar 9, 2015 Dr. Theodore Shybut examines the benefits of running and walking when it comes to forms of exercise.
Annual Charity Ball celebrates 20th anniversary Feb 27, 2015 Annual student-hosted event to raise money for Houston H.O.M.E.S clinic and Camp for All.
Baylor reports mapping of human epigenomes at the final stage of the NIH Roadmap Epigenomics project Feb 18, 2015 Baylor College of Medicine researchers reported their role in directing the Data Analysis and Coordination Center of the project in the journals Nature and Nature Communications online today.
Baylor answers call for innovative tools in fight against Ebola Feb 11, 2015 Baylor's Emergency Smart Pod was one of 12 grant recipients announced by USAID in response to President Barack Obama’s challenge to the agency to find innovative tools to help in the Ebola crisis.
Don’t let back pain disrupt your sleep Feb 6, 2015 If back pain has you tossing and turning at night, an expert at Baylor College of Medicine has a few tips that could help you catch some Zs.
Heart health: Know your numbers Feb 2, 2015 Doctors at Baylor College of Medicine suggest kicking off Heart Month by taking control of your heart health, and the first step is by knowing your numbers and how they can contribute to heart attacks and stroke.