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Posts Tagged : medicine

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration

For South Texas, no easy road to medical school

Emily Ramshaw, The Texas Tribune | Nov 26, 2012

When Travis County voters approved a ballot measure this month that paved the way for a new University of Texas medical school in Austin, many South Texans had to stifle the emotions that came most naturally: frustration and resentment. They had been trying for decades to secure financing for a medical school in the Rio Grande Valley, only to watch the deal get sealed first for their wealthier northern neighbor.

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Institutes collaborate to enhance early development for infants with disabilities

Andy Heger, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston | Oct 01, 2012

In September, researchers from the Children’s Learning Institute (CLI) at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston(UTHealth) and TIRR Memorial Hermann began testing the effectiveness of a parenting program on early learning and motor development of infants with spina bifida and infants with tone and strength difficulties, including cerebral palsy.

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The amazing Moringa tree

Tony Ramirez, VSTX | Jul 10, 2012

The Moringa tree has wonderful medicinal benefits and has adapted well to the environment in South Texas

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