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.
Genetics at the heart of cardiovascular health Feb 26, 2015 Researchers at Baylor College of Medicine are looking at a new approach based on novel genetic studies when it comes to treating and preventing heart attacks and strokes for those who are not helped by statins alone.
Marfan syndrome: Medical care, research update focus of monthly genetic series Feb 16, 2015 Experts will give an update on the latest research and best practices in medical care for Marfan syndrome Feb. 17.
Erectile dysfunction may be first sign of heart disease Feb 16, 2015 Men with erectile dysfunction may also have an increased risk for developing heart disease, said an expert at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.
State grant will support innovative prenatal care program at Baylor Teen Health Clinic Feb 13, 2015 The Baylor Teen Health Clinic will enhance its Centering Pregnancy Program through a grant from the Texas Department of State Health Services.
Saving the heart after cancer treatment Feb 9, 2015 Baylor experts say early screening and monitoring using echocardiograms could be the key to helping cancer survivors stay heart healthy.
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.
Adults with questions about measles immunity should visit doctor Feb 2, 2015 Baylor College of Medicine Physician Dr. Camille Leugers weighs in with some advice for adults with questions about measles immunity.
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.
Hot showers harmful to skin during winter Jan 15, 2015 Doctors at Baylor College of Medicine say the higher temperatures at bath time increase dry skin, which could have long-term damaging effects.