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  1. UTMB holiday closures for Winter Holidays 2014-2015
  2. UTMB study finds that Hispanic women less likely to survive endometrial uterine cancer
  3. Forty-four UTMB physicians honored as Texas Super Doctors
    Forty four University of Texas Medical Branch physicians were selected by their peers as outstanding practicing doctors in Texas.
  4. Concussion awareness on the rise for Galveston County athletes
    Galveston school district officials and athletic training staff follow an extensive protocol when it comes to students being let back on the field after a concussion.
  5. UTMB to open new Pediatric and Adult Primary Care Clinic in Alvin Monday
    The UTMB Alvin Clinic is expanding its services, hours and footprint and moving into a new 10,000-square-foot building.
  6. Keeping Kids Healthy: Keep children hydrated to avoid heat stroke
  7. UTMB researchers develop treatment effective against lethal Marburg virus
  8. Keeping Kids Healthy - Prepare child for going back to school with safety tips
  9. UTMB experts battle Ebola
  10. UTMB calls for volunteers to participate in nationwide research registry
    A not-for-profit secure website connects those who are interested in research opportunities with researchers who are looking for people to participate in their studies.
  11. UTMB researchers discover that brown fat protects against diabetes and obesity in humans
  12. UTMB study shows testosterone therapy does not increase heart attack risk
  13. UT Regents, Hospital District approve relationship between UTMB and Angleton Danbury Medical Center
  14. UTMB opens new meeting place for seniors at Galveston Primary Care Pavilion
    The center, established to offer health information and educational opportunities to Galveston’s senior community, is available free to those 55 and older.
  15. Radiation therapy for cervical cancer increases risk for colorectal cancer
    Researchers at the UTMB are the first to recommend that young women treated with radiation for cervical cancer should begin colorectal cancer screening earlier than traditionally recommended.

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