Stories

Peripheral Artery Disease: common condition, rarely recognized

Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is a common circulatory problem that’s often mistakenly shrugged off as a normal aging pain.

Researchers find effective therapy for youths with chronic asthma

Researchers find effective therapy for youths with chronic asthma

Researchers find effective therapy for youths with chronic asthma

Bent but not broken

Bent but not broken

Dystonia was twisting me in knots until deep brain stimulation gave me back my life.

Can earlier meals help weight loss?

Can earlier meals help weight loss?

When we choose to eat has an impact on how our bodies will process it.

Health network debuts in North Texas

Health network debuts in North Texas

UT Southwestern and Texas Health Resources (THR), working together, have formed a regional health network—called Southwestern Health Resources— providing increased access to care, from the most basic to the most complex, for the people of North Texas.

UTSW Hospitals recognized for excellence, connectedness

UTSW Hospitals recognized for excellence, connectedness

For the third consecutive year, UT Southwestern Zale Lipshy University Hospital has won the Pinnacle of Excellence Award from Press Ganey, a national firm that measures patient satisfaction.

Nonprescription morning sickness remedies worth trying

Nonprescription morning sickness remedies worth trying

For those in morning sickness’s throes, though, Dr. Horsager-Boehrer suggests trying simple dietary changes and frequently recommends two nonprescription remedies before heading to a pharmacist.

Q&A – Spring 2016
When is it OK to have sex after a heart attack?

When is it OK to have sex after a heart attack?

There are no standard guidelines for when it’s OK for a patient to resume sexual relations because the answer depends on the severity of the heart attack and the progress made during the recovery period.