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Cavities and allergies and costumes, oh my!

Group of kids in various costumes going trick or treating

October 26, 2019

Halloween is a fun-filled night that children look forward to every year, but it can be full of fright for some parents. While children may only focus on the joy of candy and dressing up, parents can sometimes worry about the safety aspect of the night. No fear! UT Physicians and the UTHealth School of Dentistry have teamed up to create a comprehensive safety guide for Halloween night.


Fragmented: Building relationships to end homelessness

Fragmented: Building relationships to end homelessness

October 24, 2019

Texas ranks fourth among states with the largest number of homeless individuals. Each night, more than 4,000 people in the Greater Houston area sleep without permanent housing — 39% of those are unsheltered living under bridges or in tents.


UTHealth School of Public Health El Paso campus celebrates new building and new dean

The Cardwell Collaborative is a biomedical research and technology commercialization building, and new home of the UTHealth School of Public Health in El Paso.

October 23, 2019

A move to the heart of a dynamic new home for health care institutions is symbolic of the legacy that UTHealth School of Public Health has built in 27 years in El Paso. Along with enjoying the energy of its new home, the school is celebrating the naming of the campus’s dean, Kristina Mena, MSPH, PhD, an 18-year resident of the city.



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