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    New Hospital Opening

    In late 2014, UT Southwestern’s new William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital will open its doors, transforming medical care in North Texas and serving as a model for academic medical centers across the country.

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    'Fixing Mommy'

    When an abdominal wall hernia interfered with her life, Kathleen Pritchard turned to a UT Southwestern surgeon. Today, she's "unbroken again."

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    Dietary Tips

    Eating right doesn’t have to mean giving up your favorite cultural and ethnic comfort foods. Read our dietary tips, tailored to many different cuisines from around the world.

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    Testing for Fetal Disorders

    A new no-risk test can screen for autosomal disorders, such as Down Syndrome, using only a simple blood draw.

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    Three Heart-Health Questions

    Surprising information about women and heart disease, and what you can do to reduce your risk.

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Nicholas Haddock, M.D., discusses what sets him apart from the competition, his approach to patient care, and the pap-flap breast reconstruction technique.

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When an abdominal hernia interfered with her life, Kathleen Pritchard turned to a UT Southwestern surgeon. Today, she's "unbroken again."

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When Hearts Grow Up...

Congenital heart disease (CHD) is the most common form of birth defect, affecting approximately 1 in 150 births, and it is often diagnosed and treated in childhood. Read More

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  • Mon, 17 Nov 2014

    Chagas parasite begins worrying state health officials

    Chagas and other diseases considered “neglected tropical diseases” can be particularly insidious because they aren’t prevalent, said Mark Swancutt, chief of infectious diseases at UT Southwestern Medical Center

  • Sat, 15 Nov 2014

    Reducing communication barriers

    Dr. Christy Turer from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center recently completed a study using a convenience sample from two primary care clinics. This study aimed to examine how pediatricians communicate with the families of overweight Latin

  • Fri, 14 Nov 2014

    How bacteria in the gut can fight off viruses

    The study suggests a whole new benefit of the microbiome: to fight off viruses, says Lora Hooper, an immunologist at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center