A conversation with the world's most famous cancer survivor about Tig Notaro's new comedy album about being diagnosed with cancer.
President Michael J. Sorrell said that the creation of "a pork-free cafeteria" is part of a greater healthy living campaign.
A combination of steep cuts to women’s health care and an impasse over federal Title X funds threatens to leave some 400,000 low income Texas women without access to cancer screenings and contraceptives.
Two new studies from Texas researchers focus on shedding the pounds and keeping them off.
Prevention magazine blames fast food, steakhouses, and barbecue joints for the high obesity rates.
Cockrell has lived in West Texas for twenty years and has been delivering babies for fourteen. She opened West Texas Birth Services, in Odessa, in 2001. My mother gave birth to my younger sister when I was sixteen. They induced her at forty weeks, and I was present for
The mysteries of AIDS are starting to unravel in the laboratory of this professor of medicine, microbiology, immunology, and biochemistry at the UT Health Science Center at San Antonio. Working with, among others, Dr. Matthew Dolan, formerly of the Wilford Hall Medical Center, at Lackland Air Force Base, Ahuja has
It turns out that the toxin that’s changed a million faces has a social conscience after all. The wonders of Botox, a concentrated form of botulinum toxin, have been touted ad nauseam: By paralyzing facial muscles, it was smoothing out Hollywood’s wrinkles long before the FDA approved it, in 2002.