The University of Texas at Austin has hired cancer researcher John Powers, Ph.D., as an assistant professor of pediatrics at Dell Medical School.
Taking a combination of the clot preventer clopidogrel and aspirin may lower the risk of having a major stroke within 90 days of a minor stroke.
Dell Med’s Center for Place-Based Initiatives is issuing a call for ideas aimed at improving the health of vulnerable communities in Central Texas. The effort could improve health not just in Central Texas, but across America.
Find out what you need to know about health in the greater Austin area — and what Dell Med and its partners are doing to tackle cancer, heart disease and other critical health challenges head on.
Fruit juice has been marketed as a healthy, natural source of vitamins and calcium. But there is no reason to include it in the diets of children less than a year old.
The AHCA throws people back into having to wait for care until an emergency. If the goal is fiscal responsibility, ensure basic insurance for primary care.
Dell Med’s Distinction Track in Care Transformation builds in resources for residents to improve care by pursuing solutions to the problems they see on the front lines.
UT Austin researchers developed a cancer-detecting “pen” that allows surgeons to identify cancerous tissue in 10 seconds — 150 times faster than existing technology.
Dell Med and Seton Healthcare Family employ new protocols to curb opioid use by new mothers for postpartum pain by more than 40 percent.