Stories and Insights
Three new moms share how they embraced motherhood while overcoming complicated pregnancies.
Knowing how your cholesterol functions can help doctors determine your heart disease risk. A UT Southwestern cardiologist uses a garbage truck analogy to explain “cholesterol efflux.”
This article reviews the steps that patients at risk of stroke should consider as they evaluate treatment options.
Some types of liver cancer are on the rise in the United States. The doctors at UT Southwestern in Dallas discuss the symptoms and types of liver cancer.
Pregnant women who have recently eaten Blue Bell Ice Cream may be at risk of listeria infection.
Avocados are fun to eat, nutritious, and heart-healthy. A UT Southwestern nutritionist in Dallas explains the benefits of this unique fruit and provides a healthy recipe.
The affordability of a new genetic test that analyzes specific genes to determine breast and ovarian cancer risk will result in more women getting tested, but will those results be accurate?
Are we winning the war against cancer? A UT Southwestern physician explains advancements in cancer treatments and other positive signs of success in the fight against cancer.
The doctors at UT Southwestern in Dallas explain how women can overcome some symptoms of morning sickness through diet and other means.
Energy drinks are popular, but are they safe? A UT Southwestern physician explains some of his concerns.