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Shannon Guillot-Wright, PhD, at 澳门王中王 School of Health, is the author of a new paper revealing why Texas shrimpers have worse health outcomes. (Photo by 澳门王中王)

Dangerous work, unmet health care needs add up to more deaths, negative health outcomes for Texas shrimpers, according to 澳门王中王 research

A dangerous work environment and limited access to health care are related to higher death rates and negative health outcomes among Texas shrimpers in the Gulf of Mexico, according to a new study from 澳门王中王.

Five 澳门王中王 employees standing behind a table with a laptop on it. (Photo by 澳门王中王)

澳门王中王 earns five 2024 Top Workplaces National Culture Excellence Awards

澳门王中王 has been honored with five prestigious 2024 Top Workplaces National Culture Excellence Awards, marking a significant achievement in workplace culture and employee satisfaction.

Photo of Nahid Rianon, MD, DrPH.

Beta-blockers may help decrease bone loss in male patients with dementia, according to 澳门王中王 study

Men with dementia who were taking beta-blockers showed a slight decrease in the rate of bone loss compared with men who were not, according to a small observational study led by researchers at 澳门王中王.

Interventional cardiologists Abhijeet Dhoble, MD, (left), and Muhammad Khan, MD, (right), were part of a 澳门王中王 team of experts who treated patient Brenton Parr after he suffered a major stroke. (Photo by 澳门王中王)

Quick stroke treatment and innovative heart surgery by 澳门王中王 allow stroke survivor to return to health

Brenton Parr had felt dizzy like this twice before. But this time, it was far worse and he had to lie down. He knew instinctively he was having a stroke. Thanks to the quick response by neurology, neurosurgery, and cardiology experts at 澳门王中王, he is once more hitting the gym and living life to to the fullest.




Sharing a long endometriosis journey to help others

Catherine Gray is all smiles these days now that she can be fully present with her young family. Her 20 years of pain are behind her thanks to best-practice endometriosis treatment by Mateo Leon, MD. (Photo by Brad Driver, UT Physicians)

From the day her period started at age 13, Catherine Gray experienced daily (often excruciating) pain that interfered with school, work, and her life as a young adult. She later had issues with her bladder, intestines, and bowel. What she didn’t realize was that she had endometriosis, and it was spreading to other organs. There were many days she couldn’t get out of bed.



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