According to a study done in Canada, young adults who are struggling with chronic diseases are over three times more likely to attempt suicide than those who are healthy. These diseases include diabetes, asthma, and other illnesses. The study… Read More
In the days leading up to Hurricane Irma’s landfall in Florida, the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) urged healthcare organizations to prepare for the worst. OCR reminded these organizations that it was essential for them to have a data backup… Read More
Once floodwaters had receded from Houston, emergency responders turned to recovery and cleanup operations. The Federal Department of Health and Human Services is one of the departments engaged in a large portion of this recovery and cleanup.… Read More
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With so much going on in the news (i.e. post elections, more political turmoil, severe weather), you may have missed the latest in diabetes news this week. Not to worry! We’ve got you covered with the Diabetes Health Weekly Roundup to share… Read More
This crossword puzzle was inspired by this week’s news and podcast reports. Play along with us to test your knowledge and comprehension on topics we post Monday-Friday.
A study presented at the European Society for Medical Oncology 2017 Congress indicates that central obesity or carrying more fat in the trunk instead of in other areas, puts older women at a higher risk for cancer than those who carry their additional… Read More
Rice, UTHealth researchers use light-sensitive molecules to track proteins critical to cell signaling
HOUSTON – (Oct. 9, 2017) – The ability to track the movements of single molecules has revealed how proteins on the surface … Read More
A study done in the U.S. indicates what many have believed for some time: adults who tend to sit most of the day are likely to die earlier than those who don’t sit that much. What this study shows that may be surprising is that exercise habits play… Read More