Latest news from Baylor College of Medicine
Turkey not only reason for Thanksgiving drowsiness Nov 20, 2017 Registered dietitian Kristi King says a combination of factors are to blame for the post-Thanksgiving-meal nap
Managing cancer treatment and holiday season expectations Nov 17, 2017 Experts from Baylor College of Medicine provide guidance to help manage cancer during the holidays, as both a patient and a caregiver.
Holidays and hearing loss: How to enjoy time with family Nov 16, 2017 For people who suffer from hearing loss, loud family gatherings over the holidays can cause frustration, confusion and even isolation.
Keep an eye on elderly family members this holiday season Nov 15, 2017 Dr. Angela Catic gives tips on signs and symptoms to look for when traveling with or visiting an elder adult.
Overeating during the holidays is bad for your kidneys Nov 15, 2017 Dr. Sreedhar Mandayam explains how overeating during the holidays can impact your kidneys.
Ciprofloxacin increases risk of tears, rupture in mouse aortas Nov 14, 2017 A team of researchers has found that a widely prescribed antibiotic increases the risk of tears and rupture on the main artery of the body, the aorta, in a mouse model of human aortic aneurysms and dissections.
After Harvey: how to cope during the holiday season Nov 14, 2017 Dr. Asim Shah discusses the challenges of being displaced after Hurricane Harvey and how to overcome them during the holidays.
Defects in cell’s ‘waste disposal system’ linked to Parkinson’s Nov 13, 2017 An international study has shed new light on the genetic factors associated with Parkinson’s disease.
Signs that someone you know may have an eating disorder Nov 9, 2017 Baylor College of Medicine’s Dr. Asim Shah explains what to watch out for when it comes to anorexia, bulimia and binge eating.
Evenings with Genetics features panel of scientists and leaders to discuss research funding Nov 8, 2017 On Nov. 15, Evenings with Genetics, a speaker series hosted by Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital, will host “Partners in Progress: Families and Scientists Catalyze Research for Rare Diseases."