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Heading a soccer ball is risky even if concussions rare, researchers say

Chicago Tribune, 04/30/2015

Soccer heading research by Anne Sereno, Ph.D., was featured in the Chicago Tribune.

 

Diabetes and you emotions: Staying positive

EverydayHealth.com, 04/30/2015

Laura Rooney, D.N.P., R.N., was quoted in an EverydayHealth.com article about avoiding diabetes burnout.

 

Is insomnia deadly?

QualityHealth.com, 04/29/2015

Richard Castriotta, M.D., is quoted in this QualityHealth.com story about insomnia.

 

The future of measuring patient safety: prospective clinical surveillance

BMJ Quality & Safety, 04/29/2015

Eric Thomas, M.D., M.P.H., published an editorial in BMJ Quality Safety. Focusing on prospective clinical surveillance (PCS) and the future of measuring patient safety, he writes that it is time to stop relying solely on traditional patient safety measurement approaches and to expand, evaluate and improve PCS to measure patient safety.

 

Is insomnia deadly?

QualityHealth.com, 04/29/2015

Richard Castriotta, M.D., was cited in a QualityHealth.com article on the impact of insomnia on health.

 

Acclaimed photographer praises nurses' courage at benefit luncheon

CultureMap, 04/29/2015

The annual PARTNERS Luncheon benefiting the School of Nursing was highlighted in CultureMap Houston.

 

Why do people mistakenly think marijuana isn't addictive?

addiction.com, 04/28/2015

Michael Weaver , M.D., talked to Addiction.com about the addictive nature of marijuana.

 

Autism in the workplace

HealthLEADER, 04/27/2015

Katherine A. Loveland, Ph.D., was featured in this HealthLEADER article on the unique challenges people with high-functioning autism face when living independently and maintaining employment.

 

Fluoride levels expected to drop

KTRH Radio, 04/25/2015

Ryan Quock, D.D.S., was interviewed by a reporter for KTRH Radio about a recent recommendation by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to reduce the level of fluoride in drinking water.

 

¿Cada cuándo se debe hacer una mamografía?

Univision Houston Channel 45, 04/24/2015

Alfredo Gei, M.D., was interviewed by a reporter for Univision Houston Channel 45 for a story on breast cancer detection.

 


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