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Superfoods and how they help you
Superfoods are full of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other substances that help your body naturally avoid disease while containing few calories.
Taking positive steps towards independence
Resilient teen is not letting cerebral palsy impact her goal of walking unaided. Read about her story and the people supporting her along the way.
Searching for the positive in a sea of uncertainty
October is more than just a time to wear pink. One local woman shares her fight with breast cancer and what she wants everyone to know about the journey.
Extended hours now available at additional clinics
UT Physicians offers extended clinic hours at community-based clinics across Southeast Texas.
First in Houston to offer new treatment for obstructive sleep apnea
UT Physicians now offers CPAP alternative for people with obstructive sleep apnea.
From heart failure to life-saving advanced, innovative procedure
From heart failure to life-saving advanced, innovative procedure, one Houstonian shares his story in hopes of helping others.
Houstonian recalls quick thinking and caring concern
“I sincerely believe that I am alive today because of my fateful decision to see Dr. Golod on November 6, 2017, and the immediate action he took. I’ll never forget the concern he showed and am eternally grateful.” One Houstonian shares his experience on a pulmonary embolism.
U.S. News and World Report recognizes advanced care by UT Physicians specialists
Out of nearly 5,000 hospitals in the country, U.S. News and World Report has selected UT Physicians specialists delivering services at Memorial Hermann hospital locations, as innovators and leaders in providing exceptional care in their field.
Back on track following heart surgery
A local woman shares her experience with aortic stenosis and how check-ups are crucial in detecting problems.
Starting the school year off with an A+ in health
UT Physicians experts offer ways to stay healthy the whole school year. Learn more about special offers at clinics across Greater Houston.
Changing your habits for better health
“I was in denial,” says Norma Granados, looking off with tears forming in her eyes. “My mom has diabetes. I know the signs. I could see those signs in myself." How one woman is changing habits to improve her health.
Rep. Gene Green’s 23rd Annual Immunization Day success at UT Physicians – Jensen
UT Physicians teamed up with Congressman Gene Green for a local community event to inspire healthy living.
Toddler enjoys sound of success
A toddler experiences the gift of sound under the care of a UT Physicians pediatric otorhinolaryngologist.
UT Physicians opens new clinic in Lake Jackson
With the opening of the new UT Physicians Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery clinic in Lake Jackson, residents do not have to drive about 50 miles to see a vascular surgeon affiliated with McGovern Medical School
Family shares story to raise awareness, hope and comfort
“He is the strongest person I know,” says Freddie Trotter, Camden’s father. “He has the heart of a lion. I am amazed at the things he can do.” Read more about Camden's journey to a smile that lights up the room.
MicroSeismic, UT Physicians make sound investment in children with hearing loss
Access to hearing aids expands with partnership between UT Physicians and MicroSeismic oilfield services.
Expanded services now available in Greater Heights
As part of the UT Physicians mission to expand specialty care outside of the Texas Medical Center, a new clinic has opened in Greater Heights that will focus on obstetrics and gynecology, gynecologic oncology and gastroenterology.
Outpatient procedure to treat depression now available
A non-invasive procedure can stimulate neurons in the brain to provide therapy for people suffering with major depression.
Water jogging gives marathon runner a leg up on recovery
Marathon runner turns to water jogging and the help of a UT Physicians specialist to promote healing.
The changing face of health care
The changing face of health care: how some UT Physicians community-based clinics offer a unique approach for patient-centered support.
Mobile technology enhances care for obstetric patients
UT Physicians is expanding access to a nationally approved prenatal app that allows obstetricians to remotely monitor their pregnant patient’s progress and health.
Reach Out and Read program expands in UT Physicians clinics
Well-child exams come with a brand new book at four additional UT Physicians locations. It’s part of a national program to encourage an interest in reading at a young age.
Nurse Help Line serves vital, lifesaving role
There is no limit to the number of ways nurses can save lives. "She stayed with me on the phone," says Elease Jenkins. "I don't know what would have happened had she not been there for me."
UT Physicians nurse honored by Houston Chronicle
UT Physicians clinical nurse coordinator honored by Houston Chronicle's "Salute to Nurses" Program.
Missouri City man saved by clinic staff
“I just remember the paramedics talking with me,” recalls 70-year-old Glinton Patterson. “At the time, I really didn’t think there was anything much wrong. I just felt tired. I was surprised I was being loaded into an ambulance.” That was February 2018. The outcome to Patterson’s story could have been different had it not been […]