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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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    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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    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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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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  • Fri, 18 Jul 2014

    UTSW researcher wins biochemistry award

    Months after earning a seat on the National Academy of Sciences, UT Southwestern researcher Dr. James Chen has won the 2015 Merck Award honoring him for his work in biochemistry and molecular biology.

  • Wed, 16 Jul 2014

    Scientists create 'biological pacemaker' inside off-tempo hearts

    “The lack of clinically adverse effects in the study is encouraging,” said Eric Olson and Dr. Nikhil Munshi, researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas.

  • Wed, 16 Jul 2014

    Heart Cells Transformed Into 'Biological Pacemaker'

    The new findings "represent a critical step toward potentially filling an important clinical niche and provide an encouraging indication that a biological pacemaker might eventually be ready for human translation," wrote Drs. Nikhil Munshi and Eric Olson