Baylor College of Medicine receives an additional $11 million in state cancer funding Feb 23, 2015 Baylor researchers receive nine new grants totaling $11.3 million in the latest round of funding awarded by the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas.
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.
Protect children’s skin from unregulated term 'hypoallergenic' Feb 4, 2015 Recent study finds two chemicals often associated with allergic reactions in many over-the-counter pediatric skin care products, including some labeled “hypoallergenic.”
Vitamin E protects against liver damage in parenterally fed premature pigs Jan 27, 2015 Study finds adding vitamin E to lipid emulsions used to feed premature pigs intravenously prevents liver damage.
Volunteers needed for colic study Jan 22, 2015 Volunteers wanted for a study to determine whether a probiotic can reduce the amount of crying and fussiness in infants with colic.
Study shows vaccination decreases rotavirus rates Jan 12, 2015 Study by Baylor and Texas Children’s researchers shows that a vaccine for rotavirus in infants reduces the rates of infection.
Baylor researchers join 'Centers Without Walls' to study sudden unexpected death in epilepsy Dec 8, 2014 Baylor College of Medicine part of research consortium to receive $5.9 million from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke to support understanding of sudden unexpected death in epilepsy.
Study finds school lunches from home not up to national standards Nov 24, 2014 Study finds lunches from home had more sodium and fewer servings of fruits, vegetables, whole grains and milk.
Pediatric seizure study completed: What we learned Oct 31, 2014 Analysis of the data collected show that there is no significant difference in the effectiveness and safety of treating seizures between lorazepam and diazepam.
Whole exome sequencing closer to becoming “new family history” Oct 20, 2014 Baylor researchers find one-fourth of patients whose DNA was submitted for clinical whole exome testing received a diagnosis related to a known genetic disease, often ending a long search for answers for them and their parents.