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Ten percent of breast cancer patients being treated with a certain class of drugs may someday rise to 70 percent. The same may be true of other cancers. That’s the intended impact of a recent study by UT Southwestern Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center researchers. Read more about the study: https://bit.ly/2Ynxq1I
Brian Duncan did it all in his early years: professional football, bull riding, and boxing. Decades later, he’s participating in a study with the UT Southwestern Peter O'Donnell Jr. Brain Institute that looks at the long-term cognitive effects that concussions may have on athletes.

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Making meditation work for you: A physician’s perspective | Mental Health | UT Southwestern Medical Center 12/07/2021

Making meditation work for you: A physician’s perspective | Mental Health | UT Southwestern Medical Center

Renee Enriquez, M.D., experienced her share of 'meditation fails' before the ancient art became an important part of her daily health routine. https://bit.ly/3px5Uul

Making meditation work for you: A physician’s perspective | Mental Health | UT Southwestern Medical Center Meditation can help your physical and mental health, but it's not a practice that can be mastered overnight. Renee Enriquez, M.D. shares her story of 'meditation fails,' and how she now helps patients integrate it into their self care.

12/03/2021

Outsmarting Cancer

Adaptive radiation therapy represents a paradigm shift in cancer care, and UT Southwestern is leading the charge in delivering these more precise and personalized treatments. Robert Timmerman, M.D., Interim Chair of Radiation Oncology, and Nina Sanford, M.D., Chief of Gastrointestinal Radiation Oncology, explain how “smart” radiation benefits patients, and why it is at the heart of our newly expanded Radiation Oncology building in Dallas.

Watch more episodes of What to Know: https://bit.ly/3psAwgj

Multiple myeloma care: Taking CAR T-cell therapy for rare blood cancer to the next level | Cancer | Discovery | UT Southwestern Medical Center 12/03/2021

Multiple myeloma care: Taking CAR T-cell therapy for rare blood cancer to the next level | Cancer | Discovery | UT Southwestern Medical Center

CAR T-cell therapy is revolutionizing how we treat some cancers, including rare blood disorders. Ankit Kansagra, M.D., discusses the team's leading-edge multiple myeloma research at UT Southwestern Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center. https://bit.ly/3DhhvCu

Multiple myeloma care: Taking CAR T-cell therapy for rare blood cancer to the next level | Cancer | Discovery | UT Southwestern Medical Center As new CAR T-cell therapies are being approved to treat certain cancers, Ankit Kansagra, M.D., explains how the UT Southwestern team is working to further revolutionize treatment for more cancer patients.

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It's your last chance to register for today's Science Cafe about mental health and the winter blues! Register here: https://bit.ly/3kZQyNs

It's your last chance to register for today's Science Cafe about mental health and the winter blues! Register here: https://bit.ly/3kZQyNs

Newborn care tips for parents with disabilities | Pediatrics | Your Pregnancy Matters | UT Southwestern Medical Center 12/01/2021

Newborn care tips for parents with disabilities | Pediatrics | Your Pregnancy Matters | UT Southwestern Medical Center

Brittany Chestnut is a new mom who has limited use of her left arm. See how personalized support from Ob/Gyn Jamie Morgan, M.D., made a difference during Brittany’s pregnancy. Plus, get Brittany’s top tips for newborn care. https://bit.ly/31iAXSv

Newborn care tips for parents with disabilities | Pediatrics | Your Pregnancy Matters | UT Southwestern Medical Center Brittany Chestnut has limited mobility – and a new baby. Check out her list of newborn care tips, resources, and products designed for disabled parents.

11/30/2021

Burrelles Broadcast Segment

Tracking post-delivery progress has become just as essential as prenatal care for improving maternal health outcomes. David Nelson, M.D., discusses how the Extending Maternal Care After Pregnancy (eMCAP) program aims to reduce mortality risks for new mothers. Listen to the full segment with NewsRadio 1080 KRLD AM, here.

Burrelles Broadcast Segment

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Every year, people like you celebrate GivingTuesday by making a gift to UT Southwestern. Regardless of the amount, these gifts help us continue our mission to educate, discover, and heal. Consider donating today: https://bit.ly/31fYaVj

Every year, people like you celebrate GivingTuesday by making a gift to UT Southwestern. Regardless of the amount, these gifts help us continue our mission to educate, discover, and heal. Consider donating today: https://bit.ly/31fYaVj

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Register today for next Thursday's Science Cafe to learn how the holiday blues can affect your mental health, featuring Ahmad Raza, M.D. Ph.D. and Jennifer Hughes, Ph.D., M.P.H., of UT Southwestern Peter O'Donnell Jr. Brain Institute. Register: https://bit.ly/3kZQyNs

Register today for next Thursday's Science Cafe to learn how the holiday blues can affect your mental health, featuring Ahmad Raza, M.D. Ph.D. and Jennifer Hughes, Ph.D., M.P.H., of UT Southwestern Peter O'Donnell Jr. Brain Institute. Register: https://bit.ly/3kZQyNs

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Register today for next Thursday's Science Cafe to learn how the holiday blues can affect your mental health, featuring Ahmad Raza, M.D. Ph.D. and Jennifer Hughes, Ph.D., M.P.H., of UT Southwestern Peter O'Donnell Jr. Brain Institute. Register: https://bit.ly/3kZQyNs

Register today for next Thursday's Science Cafe to learn how the holiday blues can affect your mental health, featuring Ahmad Raza, M.D. Ph.D. and Jennifer Hughes, Ph.D., M.P.H., of UT Southwestern Peter O'Donnell Jr. Brain Institute. Register: https://bit.ly/3kZQyNs

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Our front-line and essential workers are selfless and dedicated people who must be on-site, on campus, and on duty to support our mission to educate, discover, and heal – even on holidays. This Thanksgiving, we’ll be thinking about these steadfast individuals. For them, we are truly thankful.

Our front-line and essential workers are selfless and dedicated people who must be on-site, on campus, and on duty to support our mission to educate, discover, and heal – even on holidays. This Thanksgiving, we’ll be thinking about these steadfast individuals. For them, we are truly thankful.

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Register today for next Thursday's Science Cafe to learn how the holiday blues can affect your mental health, featuring Ahmad Raza, M.D. Ph.D. and Jennifer Hughes, Ph.D., M.P.H., of UT Southwestern Peter O'Donnell Jr. Brain Institute. Register: https://bit.ly/3kZQyNs

Register today for next Thursday's Science Cafe to learn how the holiday blues can affect your mental health, featuring Ahmad Raza, M.D. Ph.D. and Jennifer Hughes, Ph.D., M.P.H., of UT Southwestern Peter O'Donnell Jr. Brain Institute. Register: https://bit.ly/3kZQyNs

Preventing Diabetes Through Sustainable Weight Loss 11/23/2021

Preventing Diabetes Through Sustainable Weight Loss

Managing a healthy diet during the holiday season is top of mind for many people, especially those with diabetes. Endocrinologists like Ildiko Lingvay, M.D., are advocating for a more weight-centric approach to Type 2 diabetes treatment that prioritizes weight management in addition to glucose control.

Preventing Diabetes Through Sustainable Weight Loss While diabetes and prediabetes treatments have traditionally focused on managing your glucose, recent research highlights the importance of weight loss in type 2 diabetes prevention, management, and remission.

11/22/2021

Instilling Confidence in COVID-19 Vaccines for Kids

Navigating the information (and misinformation) about COVID-19 vaccines for young children can be challenging. Jennifer Walsh, M.D., a pediatric and adult care specialist, and Jeffrey Kahn, M.D., Ph.D., Chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at UT Southwestern, provide answers to parents’ most asked questions about the safety and effectiveness of the vaccines in children.

Watch more episodes of What to Know: https://bit.ly/3CLTwvf

New chest pain guidelines to improve ER heart attack diagnoses | Heart | UT Southwestern Medical Center 11/22/2021

New chest pain guidelines to improve ER heart attack diagnoses | Heart | UT Southwestern Medical Center

UT Southwestern played a key role in developing the new guidelines that will help save time, money and lives . https://bit.ly/3FohjTs

New chest pain guidelines to improve ER heart attack diagnoses | Heart | UT Southwestern Medical Center UT Southwestern played a key role in creating improved chest pain guidelines to help better diagnose heart attacks in the emergency room.

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Our palliative care team at UTSW uses a multidisciplinary approach to address patients’ well-being, ensuring as much quality of life and comfort as possible. Read how palliative care can help you: https://bit.ly/3wtNfCF #PalliativeCareWeek

Our palliative care team at UTSW uses a multidisciplinary approach to address patients’ well-being, ensuring as much quality of life and comfort as possible. Read how palliative care can help you: https://bit.ly/3wtNfCF #PalliativeCareWeek

Improving preeclampsia care with new research and prevention strategies | Discovery | Your Pregnancy Matters | UT Southwestern Medical Center 11/18/2021

Improving preeclampsia care with new research and prevention strategies | Discovery | Your Pregnancy Matters | UT Southwestern Medical Center

High blood pressure in pregnancy – preeclampsia – is a leading cause of maternal death in Texas. But new research from UTSW may give hope for better treatment and reduced mortality. Learn more.

Improving preeclampsia care with new research and prevention strategies | Discovery | Your Pregnancy Matters | UT Southwestern Medical Center New UT Southwestern research could improve prevention and treatment of preeclampsia – high blood pressure in pregnancy.

Fighting 8 common flu myths with facts from our experts | Prevention | UT Southwestern Medical Center 11/18/2021

Fighting 8 common flu myths with facts from our experts | Prevention | UT Southwestern Medical Center

Armed with crucial information from our infectious diseases specialists, now is the time to get vaccinated against COVID-19 and the flu. https://bit.ly/30zpixL

Fighting 8 common flu myths with facts from our experts | Prevention | UT Southwestern Medical Center 8 infectious diseases experts from UT Southwestern deliver the facts about the flu and how to prevent it this season.

Palliative Care | Conditions & Treatments | UT Southwestern Medical Center 11/17/2021

Palliative Care | Conditions & Treatments | UT Southwestern Medical Center

People living with serious illnesses experience many types of symptoms and stress. This Palliative Care Week, learn how palliative care provides expert and comprehensive care that focuses on relieving the stress and symptoms of serious illnesses. https://bit.ly/3wtNfCF

Palliative Care | Conditions & Treatments | UT Southwestern Medical Center The palliative care team at UT Southwestern provides specialized care, such as symptom relief and support services, for patients and their families.

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It's not too late to register for Thursday's Science Cafe on "The Science of Aging," featuring Namirah Jamshed, M.D. Register here: https://bit.ly/3H9WXPt

It's not too late to register for Thursday's Science Cafe on "The Science of Aging," featuring Namirah Jamshed, M.D. Register here: https://bit.ly/3H9WXPt

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This Palliative Care Week, join us to learn what palliative care is and how it can help you and your loved ones! https://bit.ly/3wtNfCF

📷: GetPalliativeCare.org

This Palliative Care Week, join us to learn what palliative care is and how it can help you and your loved ones! https://bit.ly/3wtNfCF

📷: GetPalliativeCare.org

Photos from UT Southwestern Pediatric Group's post 11/12/2021

We're thrilled to unveil the newest visual representation of our partnership with the Dallas Mavericks! Be sure to visit the Lil' Love Lounge the next time you visit Dallas Love Field to learn about the UT Southwestern Pediatric Group and play Masketball!

Top 10 questions about COVID-19 vaccines for children ages 5-11 | COVID | Pediatrics | UT Southwestern Medical Center 11/12/2021

Top 10 questions about COVID-19 vaccines for children ages 5-11 | COVID | Pediatrics | UT Southwestern Medical Center

Answers for parents, straight from our Chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases, Jeffrey Kahn, M.D. https://bit.ly/3FaobUl

Top 10 questions about COVID-19 vaccines for children ages 5-11 | COVID | Pediatrics | UT Southwestern Medical Center A pediatric infectious diseases expert with 30 years experience explains why COVID-19 vaccines for kids 5-11 are safe, effective, and the most effective tool we have to defeat this virus.

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Join us on Thursday, Nov. 18 at 7 p.m. CT to learn about dementia, chronic medical conditions, and their impact on older people and caregivers with Namirah Jamshed, M.D. Register: https://bit.ly/3H9WXPt

Join us on Thursday, Nov. 18 at 7 p.m. CT to learn about dementia, chronic medical conditions, and their impact on older people and caregivers with Namirah Jamshed, M.D. Register: https://bit.ly/3H9WXPt

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On Veterans Day, James Thornton, M.D., is reminded of all the valuable lessons he learned while in the military. Now, after a 25-year career in the Navy, Dr. Thornton serves as a surgeon and professor in the Department of Plastic Surgery. Read more of his story at: https://bit.ly/3n7krge

Thank you to all of our veterans for your service! We are grateful for you.

On Veterans Day, James Thornton, M.D., is reminded of all the valuable lessons he learned while in the military. Now, after a 25-year career in the Navy, Dr. Thornton serves as a surgeon and professor in the Department of Plastic Surgery. Read more of his story at: https://bit.ly/3n7krge

Thank you to all of our veterans for your service! We are grateful for you.

Treating a common but overlooked source of severe period pain can limit hysterectomies | Women's Health | UT Southwestern Medical Center 11/11/2021

Treating a common but overlooked source of severe period pain can limit hysterectomies | Women's Health | UT Southwestern Medical Center

Bad period cramps and heavy bleeding are so common many patients and providers think the symptoms are normal. But they’re not, and they don’t have to be tolerated. Learn about relief for adenomyosis.

Treating a common but overlooked source of severe period pain can limit hysterectomies | Women's Health | UT Southwestern Medical Center Kimberly Kho, M.D., discusses adenomyosis, an often misdiagnosed condition that causes severe menstrual cramps and bleeding.

Renowned clinician-scientist returns to Dallas as new Chair of Ophthalmology - CT Plus - UT Southwestern 11/10/2021

Renowned clinician-scientist returns to Dallas as new Chair of Ophthalmology - CT Plus - UT Southwestern

UTSW welcomes renowned clinician-scientist J. William Harbour, M.D., to campus as the new chair of Ophthalmology. He plans to collaborate with world-class UTSW experts in several fields, and his passion is turning lab advances into advances in vision care.https://bit.ly/3D2O1sM

Renowned clinician-scientist returns to Dallas as new Chair of Ophthalmology - CT Plus - UT Southwestern New chair of ophthalmology, J. William Harbour, is the new Chair of Ophthalmology, succeeding Professor Emeritus James McCulley, M.D., who led the Department for 40 years before retiring June 30 as Chair.

Advanced sinus surgery relieves nasal polyp symptoms – without a long recovery | Discovery | Men's Health | UT Southwestern Medical Center 11/10/2021

Advanced sinus surgery relieves nasal polyp symptoms – without a long recovery | Discovery | Men's Health | UT Southwestern Medical Center

Learn the ins and outs of #sinus problems and expert solutions in this blog from #ENT surgeon Matthew Ryan, M.D. https://bit.ly/3BX0DAB

Advanced sinus surgery relieves nasal polyp symptoms – without a long recovery | Discovery | Men's Health | UT Southwestern Medical Center Nasal polyps can make it difficult to breathe, sleep, or enjoy your daily life. Learn how advanced sinus surgery can get patients back to breathing easier – with less pain and a shorter recovery than traditional sinus procedures.

11/07/2021

Medical School Class of 2025 White Coat

Medical School Class of 2025 White Coat

Why daylight saving time may be bad for your brain and health | Brain | Discovery | UT Southwestern Medical Center 11/06/2021

Why daylight saving time may be bad for your brain and health | Brain | Discovery | UT Southwestern Medical Center

It's time to fall back an hour – and debate daylight saving time. Joseph Takahashi, Ph.D., one of the world's foremost experts on circadian rhythms, makes the health-based case for adopting standard time. https://bit.ly/3o4TI3n

Why daylight saving time may be bad for your brain and health | Brain | Discovery | UT Southwestern Medical Center Daylight saving time can interfere with a person’s sleep schedule, but it also has been linked to increased rates of depression, heart attack, stroke, cancer, and car accidents. UT Southwestern's Dr. Joseph Takahashi explains why the time change is bad for your brain and health.

11/06/2021

White Coat Ceremony - getting ready!

White Coat Ceremony - getting ready!

Sugar, inflammation, and soy: How does nutrition influence breast cancer risk? | Cancer | Nutrition | UT Southwestern Medical Center 11/04/2021

Sugar, inflammation, and soy: How does nutrition influence breast cancer risk? | Cancer | Nutrition | UT Southwestern Medical Center

How does diet affect breast cancer? Suzanne Conzen, M.D., explains how obesity and nutrition influence risk factors.

Sugar, inflammation, and soy: How does nutrition influence breast cancer risk? | Cancer | Nutrition | UT Southwestern Medical Center Suzanne Conzen, M.D., explains how eating a healthy diet composed mainly of plant-based foods can be an effective way to help prevent breast cancer.

UT Southwestern designated founding Rare Disease Center of Excellence 11/04/2021

UT Southwestern designated founding Rare Disease Center of Excellence

We’re excited to share that UT Southwestern is one of 31 medical centers nationwide selected as a founding Rare Disease Center of Excellence by the National Organization for Rare Disorders, Inc. (NORD). Learn what the designation means.

UT Southwestern designated founding Rare Disease Center of Excellence UT Southwestern Medical Center has been selected as a Rare Disease Center of Excellence – charter members of an elite network of 31 centers nationally to expand access, and advance care and research for rare disease patients in the United States.

Think a Little Alcohol Might Be Healthy? Think Again 11/03/2021

Think a Little Alcohol Might Be Healthy? Think Again

Hold that pour - when it comes to promoting health, "red wine does not make up for poor diet, and lack of exercise or other healthy habits," Lona Sandon, Ph.D., associate professor and program director of clinical nutrition at UT Southwestern Education. There is no compelling reason a non-drinker should start using alcohol in order to promote health or reduce risk of disease, she said. "And for people with high risk of cancer, particularly breast cancer, any amount of alcohol is not recommended," Dr. Sandon added. Read more in HealthDay News: https://bit.ly/3nQyIND

Think a Little Alcohol Might Be Healthy? Think Again WEDNESDAY, Nov. 3, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Wine lovers, beer drinkers and those who enjoy a martini now and then have long been told that moderate drinking beats total abstinence.Unfortunately, new German research is throwing some cold water on that advice, finding that premature death among non-dr...

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