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Cheap online eyeglasses put to the test

KPRC-TV Channel 2, 08/21/2015

Do inexpensive eyeglasses work? To find out, KPRC TV Channel 2 consumer reporter Amy Davis asked Robert Feldman, M.D., to test several pairs.

 

Nursing industry seeks to fill in gaps due to shortage

Houston Chronicle, 08/21/2015

Erica Tengyuan Yu, Ph.D., R.N., is included in this Houston Chronicle article about nursing shortages throughout the state

 

Infant's rare aneurysm gives surgeons unusual challenge

Houston Chronicle, 08/20/2015

Mark Dannenbaum, M.D., and Manish Shah, M.D., were quoted in a Houston Chronicle story about one of their pediatric patients who suffered a rare brain bleed.

 

Can health care be cured of racial bias?

NPR, 08/20/2015

In a national NPR story, UTHealth was cited as one of the few schools in the country that includes formal lessons on preventing racial bias when treating patients.

 

Doctors try deep brain stimulation to treat depression

Houston Chronicle, 08/19/2015

Jair Soares, M.D., Ph.D., Albert Fenoy, M.D., and a patient were included in a Houston Chronicle story about a groundbreaking trial to test deep brain stimulation on patients who have not responded to any other therapy for their depression.

 

How to get kids back on a good sleep schedule in time for school

KTRK-TV Channel 13, 08/19/2015

Richard Castriotta, M.D., shared tips on how to get vacationing children back on a school sleep schedule in this story on KTRK-TV Channel 13.

 

Video games may help distract addicts

KTRH Radio, 08/19/2015

Can a video game help you quit smoking? Michael Weaver, M.D., shared his thoughts on new research suggesting a link with KTRH Radio news anchor Scott Crowder.

 

For too many, a return to school means a return to being bullied

WOAI Radio in San Antonio, 08/17/2015

With schools about to reopen, Michelle Barratt, M.D., shared tips on what parents can do to prevent bullying.with WOAI Radio in San Antonio.

 

Working with autism: Why Houston employers need to rethink autism in the workforce

Houston Business Journal, 08/14/2015

Katherine Loveland, Ph.D., was quoted in a Houston Business Journal cover story about the difficulties people with autism face when seeking employment.

 

A new temporary device could give hope to those looking to lose weight

FOX 26 News, 08/12/2015

In this interview with FOX 26 News anchor Melissa Wilson, Brad Snyder, M.D., talked about the use of intragastric balloons to fast-track weight loss.

 


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