Stories and Insights
UVA and UVB rays from the sun can cause melanoma, a scary form of skin cancer that is diagnosed in one in 50 Americans in their lifetimes.
A UT Southwestern doctor in Dallas discusses “flow diversion” as one way to treat brain aneurysms before a stroke.
The surgical oncologists at UT Southwestern have the answers to your breast cancer questions, including "Why did I get breast cancer?"
Each year, thousands of women have a stroke during their pregnancy or in the first few weeks following delivery. A UT Southwestern doctor in Dallas talks about stroke symptoms and reducing your risk.
Hospital readmissions are an issue for heart attack and heart failure patients. UT Southwestern is involved with a program to reduce these readmissions.
Severe stroke treatment by the team at UT Southwestern in Dallas now includes the groundbreaking use of stents.
A personal bond between you and your oncologist can be of benefit in your cancer treatment. A doctor at UT Southwestern Dallas discusses why he thinks it’s important to have a trusting relationship with your doctor.
You can’t learn motherhood from a textbook. Three new moms who are Ob/Gyn professionals share their stories.
A UT Southwestern cardiologist says it’s important that physicians take a pregnancy history when assessing a woman’s heart-disease risk. A new study found higher levels of subclinical heart disease in women who had given birth four or more times.
Atrial fibrillation (AFib) can increase your stroke risk. The doctors at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas discuss pharmacological options for stroke prevention.